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Durham Light Infantry

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Durham Light Infantry

during the Great War 1914-1918.

  • Adamson . 7th Btn.
  • Adamson John Robert. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.1st Jul 1916)
  • Adamson W.. Company Sjt Mjr. 2/8th Btn.
  • Adamson William Anthony. A/Cpl.
  • Adcock Octavius. L/Cpl. 14th Btn. (d.19th Dec 1915)
  • Affleck Robert William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Agar John William. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Aggas Walter. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Ainsley John Arnold. L/Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Ainsley Jonathan Arnold. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Ainsley William. (d.22 Aug 1916)
  • Ainsley William. Pte. 21st Btn
  • Ainslie Walter. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Ainsworth William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Airson Paul. Sjt. 19th Btn.
  • Aiston Thomas. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.23rd April 1918)
  • Aitken William Robertson. Private 15th Battalion (d.27th Sep 1915)
  • Alderson Benson. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Alderson Frederick. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Alderson Frederick. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Alderson John W.. Pte. 20th Btn. (d.7th Jun 1917)
  • Alderson John George. Pte. 21st Btn
  • Alderson John William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Aldous George Albert. Pte. 14th and 2/7th Btn.
  • Allan F. C.. Lt. 13th Btn.
  • Allan Robert. Pte. 20th Btn
  • Allan Ronald. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.3rd Oct 1916)
  • Allbeury W.. 2nd Lt. 18th Btn.
  • Allcock Louis. Pte. 2nd Btn. (d.21st Sep 1914)
  • Allen Alfred. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.29th Mar 1918)
  • Allen Walter Leonard. CSM 18th Btn.
  • Allen William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Allinson T.. Sjt. 2/7th Btn.
  • Allison George Frederick. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Allon William. Pte. 1/5th Btn. (d.10th Nov 1916)
  • Amos Andrew. Pte. 10th Battalion (d.9th Aug 1916)
  • Amour Thomas. Pte. 22nd Battalion (d.20th May 1918)
  • Anderson Alexander. Pte. 19th Battalion (d.13th Sep 1916)
  • Anderson Christopher. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Anderson F.. Pte.
  • Anderson G. W.. Lance Sjt. 8th Btn.
  • Anderson John. A/WO.Cl.II 18th Btn.
  • Anderson Joseph. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Anderson Robert. Cpl. 12th Battalion (d.15th May 1917)
  • Angel J. H.. Pte. 2nd Btn. (d.7th Jun 1917)
  • Angel Richard. Pte. 20th Btn. (d.7th Jun 1917)
  • Ankers Bertram. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.3rd Sep 1916)
  • Anson Alexander. CSM. 1/5th Btn.
  • Appleby John R.. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Appleton Frederick. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Appleton Jack K.. Pte. 13th Btn. (d.8th Jun 1917)
  • Appleyard George S.. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Archbold William. Pte. 5th Btn. (d.26 Apr 1915)
  • Archer Alfred. Pte. 2nd Btn (d.12th Apr 1915)
  • Archeson J.. Pte. 2nd Btn.
  • Archibald Adam. Spr. 218th Field Coy.
  • Arkley Thomas Walter. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Armitage W.. Pte. 22nd Btn.
  • Armstrong Arthur. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.29th Mar 1916 )
  • Armstrong George O.. Pte. 21st Btn
  • Armstrong Joseph Sproat or Stuart. A/Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Armstrong Reginald. Capt. 18th Btn.
  • Armstrong Reginald. Capt. 18th Btn.
  • Armstrong W.. Pte. 15th Btn.
  • Armstrong William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Ash George. Pte. 22nd Battalion (d.27th Apr 1918)
  • Ashcroft Samuel. Pte. 14th Btn. (d.28th September 1915)
  • Ashley Albert Percival. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Askey John Henry Dobson. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Aspey Thomas Henry. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Atkin Arthur Edwin. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Atkins H. de C.. Lt. 15th Btn.
  • Atkinson Frederick Harrison. Pte. 15th Battalion (d.18th Apr 1918)
  • Atkinson Frederick. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Atkinson J. J.. Rgmtl Sjt Mjr.
  • Atkinson John. Sgt. 20th Btn.
  • Atkinson John. Field Sgt. 20th Btn.
  • Atkinson John. 20th Btn.
  • Atkinson John William . Sgt. 5th Btn.
  • Atkinson William Watson. Pte. 21st Btn
  • Atton Robert. Private 1/5th Battalion (d.18th Sept 1916)
  • Attridge A. W.. Pte.
  • Aubin Melville Hildreth. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Austin Arthur Warburton. Clr/Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Ayre Richard. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Ayton W.. L/Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Ayton William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Baggott Thomas. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.1st Jul 1916)
  • Bailey Herbert. L/Cpl. 14th Btn. (d.19th Dec 1915)
  • Bailey J. J..
  • Bailey Samuel. Pte. (d.11 Aug 1915)
  • Bailey William Bainbridge. Pte. 13th Btn.
  • Bainbridge F.. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Bainbridge Frederick. L/Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Bainbridge John George. CQMS 18th Btn.
  • Bainbridge John George. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Baines William Bartle. Pte. 5th Btn.
  • Baker Herbert Edward. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Baldwin C. W.. Lt.
  • Balmer Pringle. 2nd Lt. 18th Btn.
  • Bamlett R.. Pte. (d.06 Mar 1917)
  • Bankhead J.. Sjt.
  • Banks Charles. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Bare J.. Lance Sjt.
  • Barker Albert. (d.24th Aug 1918)
  • Barker Herbert. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Barker William. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Barnard John. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.10th Aug 1916)
  • Barnes R.. Sjt.
  • Barnsley Reuben Daniel. L/Cpl 15th Btn. (d.16th Aug 1918)
  • Barras Albert Victor. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Barrasford Robert. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Bassett Charles. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Batey Wilfrid. Pte. 12th Btn. (d.7th June 1917)
  • Batty C. F.. Lt.
  • Baum Alfred. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.3rd Aug 1916)
  • Baxter J.. Sjt.
  • Beadham James. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Beadon Frederick Searth. Lt. 18th Btn.
  • Beal Joseph Henry. Corporal 10th Btn. (d.4th Sep 1915)
  • Beatie Robert. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Beaumont Alexander. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Beckwith Emmerson. Private 8th. Battalion (d.29th. April 1917)
  • Beet Walter. Pte. 8th Battalion (d.11th April 1918)
  • Bell A. W.. 2nd Lt.
  • Bell Arthur Osborne. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.1st Jul 1916)
  • Bell Edwin Charles. A/Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Bell Ernest Thomas. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Bell J.. Capt.
  • Bell James. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Bell John Thomas. Pte. 22nd Btn
  • Bell Thomas. Pte. 2nd Battalion (d.7th Jun 1916)
  • Bell William Wilson. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Bell William. 2nd Lt. 18th Btn. (d.3rd Jul 1916)
  • Bellairs E. D.. Pte.
  • Bellett J. D.. Lance Sjt.
  • Belson Sidney Victor. Pte. 2/7th Btn.
  • Belson Sidney Victor. Pte. 7th Btn.
  • Benbow John Francis. L/Cpl. (d.13th Aug 1915)
  • Bennett .
  • Bennett Benjamin . Pte. 2nd Btn.
  • Bennett James Mather. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Bennett James West. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.1st Jul 1916)
  • Bennett John. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Benneworth William Turner. RSM. 18th Battalion
  • Benneworth William. CSM 18th Btn.
  • Benson W. A..
  • Bentham Robert. Sapper
  • Bentham Thomas. Pte. 2nd Battalion (d.22nd Aug 1916)
  • Bentley Oscar Charles. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Bergman Thomas. Pte. 1/7th Btn.
  • Berry Albert. Pte. 18th Battalion, "B" Coy. (d.3rd May 1917)
  • Berry George Wilfred. 2nd Lt. 5th Btn (d.25th Aug 1917)
  • Berry Thomas. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.1st Jul 1916)
  • Besford Thomas Dean. Sjt. 2nd Battalion (d.21st Mar 1918)
  • Best Christopher. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.11th Apr 1918)
  • Bevan Isaac. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Bexfield Albert Edward. Pte. (d.3rd May 1917)
  • Bezant Albert Edward.
  • Bicker Henry Hill. Pte. 19th Btn. (d.31st Oct 1918)
  • Bilclough John. Pte 19th Battalion
  • Bilclough Joseph. Pte. 19th Battalion (d.25th Aug 1917)
  • Bilton George. Pte. 18th Battalion (d.23rd Aug 1916)
  • Bilton George. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.23rd Aug 1916)
  • Bilton Ralph. Pte. 18th Battalion
  • Binks Harry Maddison. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.1st Mar 1917)
  • Binks Reginald Arthur. L/Cpl. 18th Btn. (d.1st Jul 1916)
  • Birchall A. H.. Lt.
  • Bird Robert George. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Birkbeck George William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Birks Arthur Reginald. L-Cpl. 18th Btn. (d.1st Jul 1916)
  • Birks Harold Victor. Pte. 18th Btn. D Coy. (d.1st Jul 1916)
  • Birlison W.. Lance Sjt. 2/7th Btn.
  • Birnie George Alexander. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Bishop T.. Pte.
  • Blackburn Alfred. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Blackett G. E.. Lt.
  • Blair . Lt.
  • Blake Francis William. 2nd Lt. 19th Battalion (d.31st Oct 1918)
  • Blakeman George. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Bland Edward. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Blewitt William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Bloomfield Alfred. L/Corporal 2nd Battalion
  • Bobby Sidney Fitzgerald. 2nd Lt. 18th Btn. (d.1st Jul 1916)
  • Boddy Joseph. 15th Btn.
  • Bond Frederick. Pte. 5th Battalion (d.12th Apr 1918)
  • Bond George. Pte. 15th Btn. (d.4th Jul 1916)
  • Bond William Henry. Pte. 13th Btn. (d.20th Sept 1917)
  • Bootes O. E.. Company Sjt Mjr. 2/7th Btn.
  • Booth A.. Lance Sjt. 8th Btn.
  • Booth Sydney Crawford. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Botto Frank. Pte. 18 Coy. (d.14th Oct 1916)
  • Boumphrey John George. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.28th Mar 1918)
  • Bowdary . 9th Btn.
  • Bowe Albert Henry. Pte. 21st Btn (d.1st Mar 1917)
  • Bowers A. H. M.. Capt. 2nd Btn.
  • Bowes . 7th Btn.
  • Bowes Hugh. Lt Col 18th Btn
  • Bowes Matthew. 22nd Battalion
  • Bowes Robert. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Bowes Roper E.. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Bowes William George. Pte. 22nd Btn. (d.26th March 1918)
  • Bowman George. Pte. 1st/5th Btn. (d.24th Apr 1915)
  • Bowman M.. Pte. 10th Btn.
  • Bowran Thomas Darling. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.12th Apr 1918)
  • Bowtell James. L/Sgt. 10th Btn. (d.22nd Aug 1917)
  • Box . 9th Btn.
  • Boyce Charles Barry. A/QMS 18th Btn.
  • Boyd James. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Boydon John William. Pte. 11th Btn.
  • Boys S.. 2nd Lt. 8th Btn.
  • Boys-Stones R.. Capt. adj. 9th Btn.
  • Brabiner William. Pte. 22nd Btn
  • Bracegirdle John. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Bradford James Barker. 2nd Lt. 18th Btn. (d.14th May 1917)
  • Bradford Roland B.. Lt -Col 9th Btn.
  • Bradford T. A.. Capt. 8th Btn.
  • Brady Ernest. Pte. 14th Btn. (d.19th Dec 1915)
  • Bragg Henry Stanley Stainton. Pte. 1/5th Btn. (d.17th June 1918)
  • Brailey Herbert. Pte. 23rd Btn
  • Braithwaite R. W.. Capt. 10th Btn.
  • Bramwell J.. 2nd Lt. 8th Btn.
  • Brannen Frederick William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Brass J. R.. Lt. 8th Btn.
  • Breed Fred. L/Cpl. 1st Battalion (d.23th Oct 1918)
  • Brettell Edwin. Pte. 10th Btn. (d.16th Sep 1916)
  • Brewis Frederick Robert. Pte. 14th Btn. (d.16th Dec 1915)
  • Bridge . 9th Btn.
  • Briggs G.. Sjt. 8th Btn.
  • Briggs George. A/CQMS 18th Btn.
  • Brindle Frank. Pte. 15th Btn. (d.25th April 1918)
  • Broadley . 7th Btn.
  • Broadley James. Pte. 6th Battalion
  • Broadley John William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Broadley John W.. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.1st Jul 1916)
  • Broadley William. L/Cpl. 5th Btn.
  • Broderick Frank. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Brookes Walter Charles. Pte. 23rd Btn
  • Brooks W. S.. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Broomhead John Noel Gordon. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Brotchie Charles W.. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Brotherston R. T.. Pte. 7th Btn.
  • Brown Edward. Pte. 6th Btn. (d.10th Sept 1915)
  • Brown Edward Allport. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.1st Jul 1916)
  • Brown Edward. L/Cpl. 15th Battalion (d.1st July 1916)
  • Brown F.. Cpl. 2nd Btn.
  • Brown Fred. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.25th Mar 1918)
  • Brown Frederick. Pte. 2nd Btn. (d.11th Apr 1918)
  • Brown George. L/Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Brown Harold Christian Herman. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Brown J. C. D.. 2nd Lt. 5th Btn.
  • Brown Joseph. CSM. 6th Btn.
  • Brown Lionoel William. A/L/Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Brown M. L.. Pte. 5th Btn.
  • Brown Nathan. Sgt. 6th Btn.
  • Brown Nathan. Sjt. 6th Bn.
  • Brown Norman. Sgt. 1/5 Battalion
  • Brown P. A.. Lt. 13th Btn.
  • Brown Peter Smith. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Brown R. B.. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Brown Robert.
  • Brown Robert Benjamin. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Brown T. A.. Sjt. 8th Btn.
  • Brown Thomas. Pte. 22nd (Pioneer) Battalion (d.25th June 1917)
  • Brown Thomas. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Brown William . Pte 10th Btn (d.26th Sept, 1915)
  • Brown William. Pte. 12th Btn. (d.7th June 1917)
  • Brown William Fortune. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Brown William Herbert. 2nd Lt. 18th Btn. (d.19th Jul 1918)
  • Brown William. Pte. 12th Btn. (d.7th June 1917)
  • Brownbridge John Charles.
  • Brownlee Joseph. Cpl. 12th Battalion (d.30th Jul 1916)
  • Brownless Edward. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Bruce Arthur. Pte. 21st Btn
  • Bruce Frederick William. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Bruce Robert. Cpl. 2nd Btn. (d.26th Apr 1918)
  • Bryant R. E.. Capt. 14th Btn.
  • Bryant Sidney Milburn. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Bryanton Robert. Pte. 15th Battalion (d.23rd Oct 1917)
  • Brydon John Cummings. Sgt. 18th Btn. (d.1st Jul 1916)
  • Bryon J. Cummings. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Buck Charles. Pte. 15th Battalion (d.31st Mar 1918)
  • Buckle Ernest.
  • Buckle Thomas Alfred. Sgt. 18th Btn. (d.1st Jul 1916)
  • Bullen George William. Pte.
  • Bullen John.
  • Bunkall James M.. L-Cpl. 18th Btn. (d.18th May 1917)
  • Bunt Ezekiel. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Burdis William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Burdon Oliver. Sgt. 21st Btn
  • Burgess George William. L/Cpl. 8th Battalion
  • Burgoyne-Johnson V.. Capt. 8th Btn.
  • Burlinson E.. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.11th Aug 1916)
  • Burlison Ebenezer. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Burn John William. Pte. 20th Btn. (d.8th Jun 1917)
  • Burn Joseph Pattison. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Burnham George. Pte. 18th Battalion (d.4th Aug 1917)
  • Burns John. Pte. 23rd Btn
  • Burns W. G.. L/Cpl. 2nd Btn.
  • Burridge George Edward. Pte.
  • Burridge William. Pte. 3rd Btn.
  • Burton Anthony. Pte. 2nd Battalion (d.24th Sep 1918)
  • Burton Fred. RSM 12th Btn (d.27th Oct 1918)
  • Burton William. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.3rd May 1917)
  • Bushby Ernest. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Bushby John. Pte. 23rd Btn
  • Bushby William Alexander Pattison. Pte. 2nd Btn. (d.18th Sep 1916)
  • Bussey Robert William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Butland W. H.. 2nd Lt. 10th Btn.
  • Butler George. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Butterfield Thomas. Pte. 15th Btn. (d.1st Jul 1916)
  • Butterill Thomas. Pte. 21st Btn
  • Cable James Henry. Pte. 21st Btn
  • Cairns George. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Calder John Joseph. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Calinan T. F.. Lt. 8th Btn.
  • Callum Joseph. A/Cpl. 13th Btn.
  • Calvert John Thomas. Pte. 19th Battalion (d.18th Jul 1916)
  • Cameron Angus. Pte. 19th Battalion (d.20th Jul 1917)
  • Campbell Frederick William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Campbell James. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Campbell John. Sgt. 6th Battalion (d.15th Oct 1918)
  • Canham Robert Dixon. Pte. 1/7th Battalion (d.11th Apr 1918)
  • Capp James Prince. Pte.
  • Card Benjamin Oliver. A/Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Carden William George. Pte. 13th Btn. (d.20th Sep 1917)
  • Carling Stanley. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Carling William Christopher. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Carr Henry. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Carr John. Cpl. 18th Btn. (d.1st Jul 1916)
  • Carr Wilfred. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Carrick Walter Moffatt. L/Sgt. 18th Btn. (d.28th Jun 1917 )
  • Carrigan James. Cpl. 10th Btn. (d.10th Oct 1917)
  • Carswell-Hunt William David. Mjr. 7th Btn. (d.5th Apr 1917)
  • Carter Arthur William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Carter Edward Blackey. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.1st Jul 1916)
  • Carter George. L/Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Carter Herbert Francis George. Lt Col 18th Btn
  • Cartmell Frank. A/Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Cartwright J. D.. 2nd Lt. 2nd Btn.
  • Cartwright Usher. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Cassidy W.. Pte. 22nd Btn.
  • Cavanagh James. Pte. 2nd Btn. (d.21st Mar 1918)
  • Cave James Brigg. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Chamberlain Alfred . L/Cpl. 2nd Btn
  • Chambers D. M.. Capt. 12th Btn.
  • Chambers Edwin. Rflmn. 33rd Btn. D Coy. (d.5th Oct 1918)
  • Chambers Thomas. Pte. 19th Btn (d.24th Aug 1916)
  • Champley R.. Sjt. 2/8th Btn.
  • Chapman H. R.. Mjr. 10th Btn.
  • Chapman Henry Claude. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Charlton George. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Charlton James Younger. Pte 4th Battalion (d.26th Aug 1918)
  • Charlton Philip Charles. Pte. 19th Battalion (d.26th Nov 1916)
  • Charlton William C.. 19th Btn (d.29th Nov 1916)
  • Chater Tom Watkins. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Chatterton Alfred Ernest. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Cheeseborough Joseph William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Chester Arthur. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.27th Aug 1916)
  • Chilton John. A-Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Chittock Hubert Arthur. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Chrisp T.. Sjt. 8th Btn.
  • Christal James. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Christison J.. L/Cpl. 18th Btn. (d.16th Sep 1916)
  • Christison John James. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Christopher John Robert. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.12th Nov 1916)
  • Christopher Richard. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Churchill Richard. Pte. 2nd Battalion (d.20th September 1918)
  • Clark G. H..
  • Clark John Henry. Pte. 13th Btn.
  • Clark N.. Lt. 8th Btn.
  • Clark Percy. L/Cpl. 18th Btn. C coy (d.1st Oct 1918 )
  • Clark Sydney. Private 15th Battalion (d.27th May 1918)
  • Clark William. Pte. 1st Btn (d.31st Aug 1914)
  • Clark William Davidson. Pte. 20th Btn
  • Clarke . Rgmtl Qtrmstr Sjt.
  • Clarke Albert. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.9th Mar 1919)
  • Clarke Charles Stephen. Act L/Cpl 18th Btn. (d.16th Dec 1914)
  • Clarke Charles Stephen. L/Cpl. 18th Btn. (d.16th Dec 1914)
  • Clarke John Henry. Pte. A Coy, 14th Battalion (d.22nd April 1917)
  • Clarke M.. Pte. 14th Btn. (d.19th Dec 1915)
  • Clarke Robert Dawson. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Clarke Samuel James. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.1st Jul 1916)
  • Clarke Wilfred. Pte. 2nd Btn. (d.9th Sep 1918)
  • Claughan Joseph Edgar. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Clear Thomas. Pte. 20th Btn
  • Clegg Prince.
  • Cleminson Charles Norman. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.1st Jul 1916)
  • Clemitson Robert Homer. Sgt. 18th Btn. (d.26th Mar 1919)
  • Close Shepherd. L/Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Clough John Cecil. Sergeant
  • Clough T.. Sjt.
  • Cluff C. D. B.. 2nd Lt.
  • Coates Alfred. Pte. 8th Battallion (d.2nd Oct 1918)
  • Coates Anthony. L/Cpl 1/5th Btn. (d.15th Sep 1916)
  • Coates John. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Coates John William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Coates W. B.. Sjt. (d.21 Apr 1917)
  • Coates William Bolton. Sgt. 8th Btn. (d.26th April 1915)
  • Coatham James Rawson. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Cockayne Richard. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Cohen-Dixon P.. Pte. 2nd Btn.
  • Collingwood Frederick. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Colman J. R.. Lance Sjt. 8th Btn.
  • Colman William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Colpitts Thomas. Pte. 14th Btn. (d.19th Dec 1915)
  • Colwell Mark. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Comollie Horace Peter. Pte. 5th Battalion
  • Connell Patrick James. L/Sgt. 18th Btn. (d.28th Aug 1918)
  • Connor . 7th Btn.
  • Connor T.. Sjt. 2/7th Btn.
  • Constantine Robert. Sgt. 9th Btn. (d.15th Sep 1916)
  • Cook Adam Cowan. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Cook E.. Pte. 7th Btn.
  • Cook Horace William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Cook Percy. 18th Btn. (d.27th Jul 1916)
  • Cook Thomas. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Cook Thomas. Pte. 19th Btn.
  • Cooper Henry Frederick. L-Cpl. 18th Btn. (d.28th Mar 1918)
  • Cooper John William. Pte. 1st/8th Battalion (d.27th Mar 1918)
  • Cooper John. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Cooper William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Copeland John Edward. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Copeland John. Pte. 20th Btn
  • Cordes Franks Joseph. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Cork Joseph. Pte. 19th Btn. (d.17th Oct 1917)
  • Corker Richard Robson. Sgt. 18th Btn. (d.1st Jul 1916)
  • Corner Arthur Henry. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.10th Jul 1916)
  • Corner Thomas Henry. L/Cpl. 18th Btn. (d.30th Sep 1918)
  • Corner Thomas Henry. Pte. 21st Btn
  • Cornforth Bailey. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Cornforth John Robert. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Cornforth Walter. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Corps Ernest. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Cottrell John William. Pte. 15th Battalion (d.7th Nov 1918)
  • Coulson James. Pte. 2nd Btn. (d.9th Aug 1915)
  • Coulson Robert. Pte. 1/8th Btn (d.26th Apr 1915)
  • Coulson W. H.. Capt. 8th Btn.
  • Counter James Hugh. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Coverdale Charles. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Coverdale Miles. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Cowan Arthur. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.1st Jul 1916)
  • Cowan James Matthew. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Cowell Robert Stanley. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Cox Alfred James. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Coxon A.. Pte. (d.24 Nov 1918)
  • Coxon J.. Cpl. (d.27th Apr 1918)
  • Coxon J. T.. Pte. (d.28th Mar 1918)
  • Coxon J.. (d.1st Mar 1916)
  • Coxon M.. (d.19th Aug 1918)
  • Coxon R. C..
  • Coxon W.. Pte. (d.14th Oct 1916)
  • Craddock Harry. Sjt. 13th Btn. (d.20th Sep 1917)
  • Craddock Harry. Sjt. 13th Btn. (d.20th Sep 1917)
  • Craig William Alexander. Cpl. 18th Btn. C coy. (d.27th Jul 1916)
  • Cranston Norman. Pte. 21st Btn
  • Crawford A. B.. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.12th Feb 1918)
  • Crawford Ernest. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Crawford John. Pte. 22nd Btn
  • Crawford Thomas Albert. Cpl. 15th Battalion
  • Criere Adrian. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Crocker Herbert. Pte. 21st Btn
  • Croisdale T.. Company Qtrmstr Sjt. 2/7th Btn.
  • Crooks Matthew. Pte. 2nd Btn (d.7th Nov 1914)
  • Cross Charles William. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.3rd May 1915)
  • Cross Edward. Pte. 5th Battalion (d.12th Oct 1915)
  • Crosser Arthur. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Crouch Ernest George. Lt. Col. 9th Btn.
  • Crow F.. Sjt. 8th Btn.
  • Crowther Joseph Frederick. Pte. 20th Btn. B Coy (d.23rd Mar 1918)
  • Culbert William. L-Cpl. 18th Btn. (d.29th Jun 1918)
  • Culpin Reginald Henry. Pte. 2nd Battalion (d.15th Jul 1918)
  • Cumiskey James. Pte. 7th Defence Force
  • Cumming Matthew Maughan. Pte. 18th Battalion (d.28th Jul 1916)
  • Cummingham William Godfrey. L/Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Cummings Matthew Maughan. Pte. 18th (Durham Pals) Battalion (d.28th July 1916)
  • Cummings Matthew. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.28th Jul 1916)
  • Currey Fred. CSM 18th Btn. A Coy.
  • Curry James Smith. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.27th Jul 1916)
  • Curry Newrick. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.3rd Mar 1917)
  • Curry Vincent. Pte. 15th Btn. (d.3rd Oct 1917)
  • Curtis George Oliver Stanley. Pte. 3rd Btn.
  • Cutmore John William. Pte. 15th Btn. (d.25th Sep 1915)
  • Daglish Robert. Pte 12th Btn
  • Dale Joseph John. A/Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Dale Robert Addison. Pte. 7th btn.
  • Daley Daniel. Pte. 5th Btn. (d.5th Aug 1915)
  • Dalkin John. L-Cpl. 18th Btn. (d.25th Sep 1918)
  • Dalziel . 7th Btn.
  • Dance Charles. L/Cpl. 2nd Btn. (d.21st March 1918)
  • Dand Arthur Anderson. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Daniels Lewis. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Dann James. Pte. 13th Battalion (d.5th October 1918)
  • Darling Thomas. L/Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Darycott Ernest. L/Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Davidson Arthur Alexander K.. L/Cpl. 18th Btn. (d.18th May 1917)
  • Davidson J.. Sjt. 8th Btn.
  • Davidson Joseph. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Davies Arthur. Pte. 19th Btn.
  • Davies Charles. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.1st Jul 1916)
  • Davies H.. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Davison John James. Pte. 15th Btn (d.8th Jul 1916)
  • Davison John. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Davison Robert. L/Cpl. 12th Btn. (d.11th Jun 1917)
  • Davison Robert. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Davison Thomas. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Dawson A. L.. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.1st Jul 1916)
  • Dawson John. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Deacon Richard. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Dees Herbet Bees . Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Dees T. W.. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Defty W.. Company Sjt Mjr. 7th Btn.
  • Dempster John. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Denham Matthew. Pte. 4th Btn.
  • Denham William. Pte. 6th Btn. (d.26th April 1915)
  • Denholm W. H.. 2nd Lt. 8th Btn.
  • Dennison Henry Beckett. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Dennison Herbert. Private (d.15th Oct 1916)
  • Dent Eric Dixon. Capt.
  • Dent Henderson. Pte. 15th Btn. (d.27th Jan 1916)
  • Dent John Henry Whitehead. Pte. 21st Btn
  • Dent William Albert. Capt. 6th Btn.
  • Dews Fred. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.12th Apr 1918)
  • Dick E.. (d.1st Mar 1916)
  • Dick J.. 2nd Lt. (d.28th Oct 1917)
  • Dickens Frederick. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.1st Jul 1916)
  • Dickenson E.. Sjt. 2/7th Btn.
  • Dickenson William. CSM 18th Btn.
  • Dickenson William. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Dickinson David. Pte. 3rd Btn.
  • Dickinson Joseph Johnson. Pte. 14th Btn.
  • Dickinson William. Sjt. 18th Btn
  • Didsbury Ernest Cordes. Pte. 15th Btn. (d.24th Aug 1918)
  • Dinnin John William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Dinsley James William . Pte. 1st/8th Btn. (d.12th Apr 1918)
  • Ditchburn Frederick. Pte. 14th Btn. (d.19th Dec 1915)
  • Dix Ernest. Pte. 2nd Btn (d.24th Sep 1918)
  • Dix Matthew Hall. Pte. (d.7th Jun 1917)
  • Dix Thomas George. Pte 1/8th Batalion (d.17th Sep 1917)
  • Dixon . 7th Btn.
  • Dixon Arthur Johnson. Sig. 15th Btn. (d.25th Sep 1915)
  • Dixon Charles Greenwood. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Dixon Frederick William. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.12th Oct 1916)
  • Dixon Harold. L/Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Dixon Henry. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Dixon J.. 8th Btn.
  • Dixon John. L/Cpl 9th Btn.
  • Dixon Robert Henry. Pte. 5th Btn.
  • Dixon Sydney Clunas. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Dixon Wallace. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Dixon Wilfred Agar. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Dixon Willie. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.18th Sep 1916)
  • Dobbs Samuel Charles. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Dobbs Thomas Hubbard. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Dobson . 7th Btn.
  • Dobson Norman Young. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Dobson Tom. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.23rd Mar 1918)
  • Dobson William J.. L/Cpl. 5th Btn. (d.15th Sep 1916)
  • Dodd W.. Sjt. 8th Btn.
  • Dodds Benjamin. Pte. (d.30th Dec 1915)
  • Dodds Cecil Atkinson. 2nd Lt. 13th Btn. (d.5th Oct 1918)
  • Dodds G. D.. 2nd Lt. 8th Btn.
  • Dodds John. A/Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Dodsworth Walter John Joseph. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Donaldson John. Sgt. 12th Btn. (d.8th July 1916)
  • Donnelly James. Staff Sgt. 20th Btn.
  • Donnelly Patrick. Pte. 1st Btn. (d.7th Nov 1918)
  • Donnelly Robert. Pte. 1st Garrison Btn. (d.23rd Oct 1918)
  • Donovan Wilfred John. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Dorschell James. Pte. 15th Battalion (d.1st July 1916)
  • Douglas M.. Company Qtr Mstr Sjt. 2/7th Btn.
  • Dowse John Norman. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.3rd Jul 1916)
  • Doyle Thomas. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Drewery Joseph. L/Cpl. 7th Btn. (d.10th Jul 1916)
  • Dring Percy. Pte. 20th Btn
  • Drummond Albert George. A/RQMS 18th Btn.
  • Dryden George. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Duffy George. A/Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Duignan John. Pte. 19th Btn.
  • Duke John. Sgt. 18th Btn. (d.1st Jul 1916)
  • Dunn Alfred. Pte. 18th Battalion (d.19th July 1918)
  • Dunn Herbert. 10th Btn (d.16th Dec 1917)
  • Durrant A. S.. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Duthie George William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Dyer Gilbert. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Dyke O. M.. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Eastwood George . Pte. 15th Battalion (d.10th Sep 1918)
  • Eaton Walter Merbyn. A/Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Edgar Abraham. Pte. 11th Btn.
  • Edgar Anthony. Pte. 21st Btn
  • Edgar David. Pte. 21st Btn
  • Edgar J. H.. Lt. 9th Btn.
  • Edmenson Thomas.
  • Edwards John William. Pte. 7th Btn. (d.25th May 1915)
  • Edwards John Henry. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Edwards Sydney. Pte. 4th Btn.
  • Egan James Patrick. Pte. 6th Btn. (d.14th Apr 1917)
  • Egglestone Henry. Pte. 4th Battalion (d.9th Aug 1918)
  • Elgie John Ernest. Sjt. 2nd Btn.
  • Elliott . Lt. 8th Btn.
  • Elliott Albert. A/Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Elliott Harry. Pte. 23rd Btn
  • Ellis . Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Ellis Arthur. 18th Btn.
  • Ellis Harold. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Ellis James Henry. Pte. 14th Btn. (d.19th Dec 1915)
  • Ellis Joseph. Pte. 14th Btn.
  • Ellison Arthur James. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Elstob James Edward. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Elwick William Moses. Pte. 1st Battalion (d.4th Apr 1918)
  • Embleton Hans Major. Pte. 8th Battalion
  • Embleton John. Pte. 4th Battalion
  • Emmerson .
  • Emmerson J.. Sjt.
  • Emmerson John Bell. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Emmerson Robert Gray. Cpl. 10th Battalion (d.24th June 1915)
  • England Bertie Charles Martin. L/Cpl. 12th Btn. (d.25th September 1917)
  • English John. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • English Robert. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • English William Banff. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Errington .
  • Errington John Robson. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Estill T.. Sjt. (d.16th Sep 1916)
  • Etherington Thomas. L/Cpl. 18th Btn. (d.10th Apr 1917)
  • Evans Robert William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Eves A.. Armourer Sjt.
  • Ewing William. Pte. 1st/8th Btn (d.9th Apr 1918)
  • Exton Thomas Richard James. Pte. 15th Battalion (d.16 September 1916)
  • Fail Joseph. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Fairburn James Frederick. Pte. 2nd Btn. (d.21st Oct 1914)
  • Fairburn John. Pte. (d.15th Sep 1916)
  • Fairey Arthur. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Fairless Edward. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.27th Jul 1916)
  • Farrar J.. Pte.
  • Farrar L.. Pte.
  • Farrell James. Sgt. 10th Btn. (d.29th August 1916)
  • Farrell Michael. Pte. 5th Btn.
  • Farries Henry. Pte. 15th Btn. (d.14th Mar 1917)
  • Fathers Hugh Walton. Pte. 15th Btn. (d.31st Mar 1918)
  • Fawcett Lewis. Pte. 23rd Btn
  • Fawcett Norman. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Featherstone George Maurice. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Featherstone Wallace. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Fenwick George. Pte. 15th Btn. (d.1st July 1916)
  • Fenwick Peter. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Fenwick T.. 18th Btn.
  • Fenwick Thomas. Pte. 15th Btn. (d.20th Sep 1916)
  • Fenwick William. Capt. 18th Btn.
  • Ferguson John Alexander. Pte. 10th Btn. (d.1st Oct 1915)
  • Ferguson Joseph Clark . Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Ferguson Joseph Little. Pte 8th Btn (d.11th Apr 1918)
  • Ferrier Herbert Victor. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Field O.. 2nd Lt.
  • Fields Samuel. Pte. 23rd Btn
  • Finn Robert. Pte. 20th Battalion (d.31st Jul 1917)
  • Finney N.. Company Qtr Mstr Sjt.
  • Finnity George Robert. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Firby Ambrose Binks. Pte.
  • Fishburn Thomas William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Fisher .
  • Fisher Harry Laureate. 2nd Lt. 12th Battalion (d.27th Oct 1918)
  • Fisher K J. Lt 9th Btn.
  • Fitzgerald A. E.. Lt -Col
  • Fitzgerald G. T.. Capt.
  • Fitzsimmons John Vincent. 2nd Lt. 11th Btn.
  • Flattely Richard Carter. Sgt. 12th Btn. (d.28th June 1917)
  • Fletcher Herbert Horsemond. Pte. 23rd Btn
  • Fletcher William. Pte. 21st Btn. A Coy.
  • Flynn Francis. Pte. 15th Btn. (d.26th Aug 1918)
  • Forbes Gilbert Steel. Pte 15th Btn. (d.7th Nov 1918)
  • Ford Peter. Pte. 19th Btn.
  • Forrest J.. Sjt.
  • Forrest Wilson. CSM 18th Btn.
  • Forrett Thomas Wallace. Pte. 21st Btn
  • Forster Charles Gordon. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Forster John J.. Pte. 18th Btn (d.3rd May 1917)
  • Forster John James. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Forsyth John. Pte. 20th Btn
  • Forsyth William. A/Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Foster . (d.21st Feb 1916)
  • Foster Arthur. Pte. 3rd Btn.
  • Foster George. Pte. 19th Battalion. D Company (d.22nd Aug 1917)
  • Foster George William. Pte. 2nd Btn. (d.9th Aug 1915)
  • Foster J. T.. 2nd Lt.
  • Foster Joseph. Pte. 8th Btn. (d.29th Sep 1916)
  • Foster Joseph. Pte. 9th Battalion (d.5th Nov 1916)
  • Foster L. T. L.. Lt.
  • Foster Matthew . Pte.
  • Foster Wilfred Harry. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Francis W.. Rgmtl Qtrmtr Sjt.
  • Franklin Thomas. Pte. 3rd Btn. (d.26th April 1916)
  • Franklin William. Pte. 2nd Btn
  • Frankton J. B.. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Fraser Charles. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Fraser Stanley Howard. Pte. 22nd Btn
  • Freeman Neils. Bugler. 2nd Btn. (d.9th Jun 1916)
  • Freer Arthur Martin. CSM 18th Btn.
  • Fuller Herbert Sydney. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Fullerton Matthew. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.27th Jul 1916)
  • Furniss E. C.. Pte.
  • Gaffing James Frederick. Pte. 2nd Battalion. A Company (d.9th Aug 1915)
  • Gallop William Frank. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Gannon Joseph Edward. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Garbutt Charles John. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Gardiner Thomas. Pte. 19th Btn.
  • Garfit T. N. C. .
  • Gargett Thomas. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Garland George Mcauley. 2nd Lt. 2nd Btn.
  • Garrett Robert. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Garry Frederick. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.18th Sep 1916)
  • Garside William. Pte. 14th Battalion (d.14th Dec 1915)
  • Garside William. Pte. 14th Btn. (d.14th December 1915)
  • Gate Edwin. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Gates Thomas. Pte. 19th Btn.
  • Gatherall .
  • Gee C. H. R.. Capt. adj. 9th Btn.
  • Gee Thomas Edward. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Gibbon Evan Griffiths. A/Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Gibbon Frank. A/Cpl. 21st Btn
  • Gibbon William. Pte. 20th Btn
  • Gibson E. S.. 2nd Lt. 9th Btn.
  • Gibson Edward. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Gibson J.. Sjt. 2/7th Btn.
  • Gibson Stephen. L/Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Gibson Thomas Henry. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Gibson William Oliver. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Gill Frederick. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Gill William Frederick. Corporal 18th Btn. (d.12th April 1918)
  • Gillander John. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Gillender R.. 2nd Lt. 8th Btn.
  • Glenister Rueben Thomas. Private 11th Battalion
  • Goforth Charles Thomas. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.28th Mar 1918)
  • Goggins Peter. L/Cpl. 19th Btn. (d.18th Jan 1917)
  • Golder W.. Lt. 13th Btn.
  • Golding Robert William. Pte. 15th Btn. (d.3rd May 1917)
  • Goldsbrough Arthur. Pte. 23rd Btn
  • Goldsbrough Harold. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Goldstein Leopold Harris. Pte. 2nd Btn
  • Goode James. Pte. 21st Btn
  • Goodrick . 7th Btn.
  • Goodrick J. R.. 7th Btn. (d.1st Jan 1917)
  • Goodwill Herbert Paterson. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.3rd Aug 1916)
  • Gorman Timothy. 12th Btn.
  • Gorrie John Alexander. Sgt. 18th Btn. C Coy. (d.27th July 1916)
  • Gough George. Private 14th Btn (d.19th Dec 1915)
  • Gough George. Pte. 14th Btn. (d.19th Dec 1915)
  • Gough George. Pte. 14th Btn (d.19th Dec 1915)
  • Gould G. D.. Capt. 8th Btn.
  • Goundry Henry. Pte. 2nd Btn. (d.15th Oct 1916)
  • Gowling Arthur. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.26th Oct 1916)
  • Gowling Edward. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.17th Jul 1918)
  • Graham Charles Sydney. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Graham Henry. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Graham John Fowler. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Graham Joseph. Pte. 20th Btn
  • Graham Patrick. Pte. 2nd Battalion (d.21st Sep 1914)
  • Graham Robert. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Graham William. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Grant William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Gray Edmund Trevennin. 2nd Lt. 15th Btn. (d.22nd Oct 1915)
  • Gray John. Pte. 21st Btn
  • Gray William. Pte. 2nd Battalion (d.16th Nov 1914)
  • Grayson John Stanislaus. Pte. 19th Btn. (d.23rd Apr 1918)
  • Greaves J. R.. Sjt. 8th Btn.
  • Greaves Joseph Thomas. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Green A. J.. 7th Btn.
  • Green Ernest. Pte. 23rd Btn
  • Greenwell George Hall. 18th Btn.
  • Greenwood . 7th Btn.
  • Greenwood L. M.. Mjr. 13th Btn.
  • Gregory John William.
  • Greiveson Robert E. D.. Pte. 21st Btn
  • Grieves Edward. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Griffith-Jones W. L. P.. Lt. 3rd Btn.
  • Grimes Victor. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Grimshawe C. R. V.. Lt.
  • Grocock Albert Ishmael. Pte. 1st/5th Btn. (d.9th Apr 1918)
  • Groody William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Gustard Henry. Pte. 20th Btn
  • Guterman A. W.. Pte. 5th Btn.
  • Guy Thomas William. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Hadden John. Pte. 15th Btn. (d.16th September 1916)
  • Hails William. Pte. 7th Btn (d.30th May 1916)
  • Haley James.
  • Hall . 9th Btn.
  • Hall Andrew. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Hall J.. Sjt. 8th Btn.
  • Hall James. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Hall John James. Pte. 2nd Btn.
  • Hall John Herbert Furlong. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Hall John. A/Cpl. 21st Btn
  • Hall Norman. Pte. 20th Btn (d.14th Sep 1916)
  • Hall Thomas Percy Raine. Pte. 21st Btn
  • Hall Walter. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Hall Wilfred. A/RQMS 18th Btn.
  • Hall William James Pattinson. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Hallett William. Pte. 6th Batallion
  • Hamilton A. S.. Lt -Col 14th Btn.
  • Hamilton Archibald Lindsay. 2nd Lt. 13th Battalion (d.10th Jun 1917)
  • Hamilton Arthur. Pte. 14th Btn. (d.27th Mar 1917)
  • Hampton William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Hancock Fred. Pte. 20th Btn
  • Handy J.. Pte. 14th Btn. (d.19th Dec 1915)
  • Hansom George. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Hanson J. W.. Sjt. 8th Btn.
  • Hanson James. Pte. 1st/5th Btn (d.14th Nov 1916)
  • Hanson Rawdon. Pte. 23rd Btn
  • Harding James. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.3rd May 1917)
  • Harding Joseph William. Pte. 8th Battallion
  • Harding Robert. L/Cpl. 2nd Btn (d.18th Nov 1916)
  • Harding William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Hardy John George. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Hardy Robert.
  • Hare H. V.. Capt. 2nd Btn.
  • Harie Joseph. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Harland Thomas William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Harper John. 18th Btn. (d.28th Jul 1917)
  • Harper John. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Harper Sydney. L/Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Harras Henry. Pte. 21st Btn
  • Harrington Joseph. Pte. 17th Btn. (d.9th Jun 1918)
  • Harrington William John. L/Cpl. 10th Btn. (d.16th Sep 1916)
  • Harrison F. C. S.. 2nd Lt. 8th Btn.
  • Harrison H.. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Harrison John William Scott. Pte. 7th Btn.
  • Harrison Thomas Henry. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Harrison William Curry. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Hart Ernest M.. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Hart Harry. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Hart James Edward. Cpl. 10th Btn. (d.23rd Aug 1917)
  • Hart Robert. L/Cpl. 2nd Btn. (d.9th Aug 1915)
  • Harvey F. G.. Capt. 8th Btn.
  • Haswell E. J.. Sjt. 2/7th Btn.
  • Haswell Edward Bruce. L/Cpl. 8th Battalion (d.30th June 1917)
  • Hatton William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Haughton A. J.. 9th Btn.
  • Hauxwell Stanley. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Havelock Joseph. Pte. 8th Btn "C" Coy. (d.5th Mar 1916)
  • Haw William. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Hawkins George Edward. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Hay J. W.. Colour Sjt. 2/7th Btn.
  • Hayes William Joseph. L/Cpl. 5th Btn. (d.15th Dec 1917)
  • Haylett Robert. Captain 2nd Battalion
  • Hayman Edward. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Hays James. Pte.
  • Hazelwood Thomas William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Heal J.. Lance Sjt. 2/7th Btn.
  • Heaton Harold. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Hebb Nathan John William. Pte. 19th Btn. D Coy. (d.27th May 1918)
  • Hedley Reginald. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Helmrich Charles Robertson. Pte. 15th Btn. (d.6th Oct 1917)
  • Hemming William. Pte.
  • Henderson Alexander. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Henderson Andrew. Pte. 109th Coy (d.9th/10th August 1918)
  • Henderson John William. Pte. 19th Btn. (d.31st Aug 1916)
  • Henderson William. 8th Btn. C Coy.
  • Hendren Denis. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Hendrick Joseph. Pte. 22nd Btn
  • Henry George. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Hepple George. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Heppleston Herbert. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Herbert Charles Stanley. Capt. 15th Btn (d.27th May 1918)
  • Herbert Foster Thompson. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Heron Arthur Henry. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Heron Joseph. Sjt. 9th Btn.
  • Herring . 9th Btn.
  • Herring Thomas Oran. 18th Btn. (d.25th Jul 1916)
  • Herring Thomas Oran. 18th Btn.
  • Heslop . 7th Btn.
  • Heslop John. Pte. 20th Btn
  • Heslop Lawrence. Pte. 20th Btn
  • Heslop Thomas. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Heslop Thomas Robert. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Hessler Jacob Andrew Norman. Capt. 5th Battalion. (d.27th May 1918)
  • Hessler Jacob Andrew Norman. Capt. 5th Btn. (d.27th May 1918)
  • Hetherington G. N.. Pte. 15th Btn
  • Hewitt James. Pte. 2nd Battalion (d.19th Aug 1915)
  • Heywood Nicholas. Pte. 15th Btn. (d.12th Nov 1916)
  • Hibbert Stanley. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Hickey P.. 7th Btn.
  • Hill C. L. G. . 2nd Lt. 5th Btn.
  • Hill Edward Pearson. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Hill George Duncan. Pte. 2nd Battalion
  • Hillery Joseph. Pte. 9th Battalion (d.25th Jul 1917)
  • Hindmarsh Thomas William. 2nd Btn. (d.7th Jun 1917)
  • Hines C. W.. Mjr. 7th Btn. (d.24th May 1915)
  • Hobbs Richard. Pte. 15th Btn. (d.3rd May 1917)
  • Hobson G. F.. 2nd Lt. 8th Btn.
  • Hodgson C. M.. Capt. 14th Btn.
  • Hodgson Robery. Sgt. 20th Btn.
  • Hogg Martin. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Holdsworth H. B.. Capt. 8th Btn.
  • Holman-Brown . Capt. Padre. 8th Btn.
  • Holmes David. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Holmes W. E.. Rgmtl Sjt Mjr. 2/7th Btn.
  • Hopper . 7th Btn.
  • Hopper J.. Lt. 8th Btn.
  • Hopps Joseph. Pte. 15th Btn. (d.1st July 1916)
  • Hopps Wilfred. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Horn Thomas. Pte. 2nd Btn. (d.21st Sep 1914)
  • Horn Thomas. 2nd Battalion (d.21st September 1914)
  • Horn William James. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.17th May 1917)
  • Horner George. A/Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Horseman Frederick. Pte.
  • Howe Joseph T.. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.1st July 1916)
  • Howitt Thomas Alexander. Pte. 13th Btn. (d.5th Oct 1918)
  • Hoy William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Hudspeth Thomas. Pte. 19th Btn.
  • Hughes John. Private 2nd Battalion (d.19 November 1914)
  • Hughes Joseph Henry. CSM. 5th Btn. (d.1919)
  • Hughes Thomas. Pte. 2nd Battalion (d.21st Sep 1914)
  • Hugill Wilfred. Pte. 5th Btn. (d.26th April 1915)
  • Huitson Arthur. Cpl. 2/7th Battalion
  • Hullah Joseph Llewellyn. L/Cpl. (d.20th Oct 1917)
  • Humble John William. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Hume John Garland. Pte. 1st Btn (d.5th Aug 1918)
  • Hume Robert. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Humprys Arthur Easton. Pte. 20th Btn
  • Hunnam William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Hunt Herbert. Pte. 12th Btn. (d.7th Jun 1917)
  • Hunt W. D. C.. Mjr. 7th Btn.
  • Hunter G.. Pte. 2nd Btn. (d.2nd Jul 1916)
  • Hunter George Henry. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Hunter Harold Hay. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Huntley Ernest. Cpl. 2nd Btn (d.6th Mar 1917)
  • Hutcheon William Todd. Pte. 2nd Btn. (d.26th May 1915)
  • Hutchinson David. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Hutchinson Frederick. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Hutchinson Frederick. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Hutchinson J.. 2nd Lt. 8th Btn.
  • Hutchinson James. Pte. 20th Btn. (d.6th Jun 1917)
  • Hutchinson John. L/Cpl. 14th Btn. (d.19th Dec 1915)
  • Hutchinson John. L/Cpl. 19th Battalion (d.25th Jul 1916)
  • Hutchinson John Alderson. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Hutchinson Matthew Henry. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Hutchinson Matthew. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Hutchinson Robert Brown. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Hutchinson Sidney Grafton. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Hyland Stephen. Pte. 22nd Btn
  • I'Anson H.. 2nd Lt. 8th Btn.
  • Ince Douglas Edward. Capt. 18th Btn.
  • Innes . 9th Btn.
  • Innes Andrew Peel. Pte. 1/9th Btn. (d.12th Sep 1918)
  • Irving Joseph Steele. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Iseton Albert Ernest. Pte. 22nd Btn
  • Jackson Albert Victor. Pte. 9th Btn (d.21st Dec 1916)
  • Jackson C.. Company Qtr Mstr Sjt. 8th Btn.
  • Jackson Edward Archer. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Jackson George Edward. Pte. 5th Battalion
  • Jackson I.. Pte. 7th Btn.
  • Jackson Isaac. Pte. 8th Btn., A Coy. (d.29th Sep 1916)
  • Jackson Norman Wilson. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Jackson Peter. Pte. 21st Btn
  • Jackson William Greenfield. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Jackson William. Pte. 19th Btn. (d.25th March 1918)
  • Jacob A. R.. 2nd Lt. 4th Btn.
  • Jacob George Henry. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Jacobs W.. Sjt. 2/7th Btn.
  • Jacoby H.. L/Cpl. 7th Btn.
  • Jameson . 9th Btn.
  • Jane Elijah. Pte. 19th Btn. (d.20th Aug 1917)
  • Jarman Charles. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Jarry Robert. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.7th Jun 1916)
  • Jefferson Algernon Gill. Pte. (d.14th May 1921)
  • Jefferson George Thomas. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Jefferson John. Pte. 15th battalion (d.4th Oct 1917)
  • Jessyman . 9th Btn.
  • Jewitt Matthew. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Joblins John William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Johnson David. Pte. 15th Battalion (d.1st July 1916)
  • Johnson Edward. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Johnson Herbert Vincent. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Johnson L. V. B. . Capt. 8th Btn.
  • Johnson R. E.. Rgmtl Qtrmtr Sjt. 2/7th Btn.
  • Johnson Thomas. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Johnson Thomas. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Johnson W.. Lt. 8th Btn.
  • Johnson William. A/Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Johnston Alfred. Pte. 13th Battalion (d.18th July 1916)
  • Joicey Frederick. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Jolly . 9th Btn.
  • Jolly Herbert. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Jones Andrew. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Jones Francis Henry . Pte. 20th Battalion (d.12th Sept 1918)
  • Jones George. Pte. 13th Btn. (d.3rd Aug 1916)
  • Jones Hunter. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Jones Robert. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Jones T.. Sjt. 2/7th Btn.
  • Jones Theophilus. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.16th Dec 1914)
  • Jones Thomas Edward. Sgt.
  • Jones Thomas Edward. Sgt. Drum Mjr. 16th Btn.
  • Jopling Reginald G. . Pte. 9th Bn. (d.5th Nov 1916)
  • Joyce Thomas. Pte. 2nd Battalion (d.22nd Aug 1915)
  • Kay W.. Sjt. 8th Btn.
  • Kay William Henry. Sgt. 10th Btn. (d.19th May 1918)
  • Kay William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Keeble H.. Pte. 14th Btn. (d.19th Dec 1915)
  • Keene Garth. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Kelly James. Pte. 13th Btn. (d.7th July 1917)
  • Kendall Robert. Cpl. 2/7th Btn.
  • Kennick John. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Kenny John. Pte. 9th Battalion (d.12th Apr 1918)
  • Kent Frederick William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Kent James Cecil. Pte.
  • Kent Thomas. Pte. 20th Btn
  • Kenworthy Jesse Howarth. Cpl. 18th Btn. A Coy. (d.17th Aug 1916)
  • Kerr Arthur Ernest. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Kerr John. Pte.
  • Ketch Percy. Cpl. 1/5th Btn.
  • Kidd Robert Henry. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Kidd William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Kierl . 8th Btn.
  • Kilpatrick John James F.. Pte. 19th Btn.
  • King Austin. Pte. 15th Battalion (d.17th July 1916)
  • King Charlie. Pte. 1st/5th Btn. (d.15th Sep 1916)
  • King W. R.. 9th Btn.
  • Kinnard John Pattison. Pte. 15th Btn. (d.23rd March 1918)
  • Kirk Edmund Wilks. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Kirk Henry. A/Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Kirk John . Pte. 15th Btn. (d.21st Mar 1918)
  • Kirkup P.. Mjr. 8th Btn.
  • Kitchen Robert. L/Cpl. 15th Btn.
  • Knaggs Thomas Aylesbury. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Knott H.. Sjt. 8th Btn.
  • Knowles Sydney. Pte. 8th Btn. (d.19th December 1916)
  • Knowles Thomas Smith. Pte. 9th Battalion (d.29th Mar 1918)
  • Lackey James. L/Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Laidlaw J.. Sjt. 8th Btn.
  • Laing . 7th Btn.
  • Laing Thomas Laws. Pte. 14th Battalion (d.4th Mar 1917)
  • Lamb D.. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Lamb George. Pte. 2nd Battalion (d.28th Oct 1914)
  • Lamb Robert Robson. Pte. 21st Btn
  • Lanaghan Frank. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Lanaghan William. Pte. 1st/7th Battalion (d.27th May 1918)
  • Lancaster Ernest. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Lascelles Arthur Moore. Capt. 3rd Btn. (d.7th Nov 1918)
  • Lascelles George. Pte. 15th Btn. (d.6th October 1918)
  • Lascelles Joseph. Pte. 15th Batn. (d.25th Sep 1915)
  • Latham J.. Pte. 14th Btn. (d.19th Dec 1915)
  • Latimer Charles Harold. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Lattimer Frederick Havelock. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Lavelie Thomas. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Lavery John. Pte. (d.6th Nov 1914)
  • Lavery Joseph. Pte. 1st Battalion (d.10th Nov 1916)
  • Law William Joseph. Pte. 11th Battallion (Pioneers) (d.3rd Sept 1916)
  • Lawer W. Harry. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Lawrence Charles. L/Cpl. 7th Btn.
  • Laws Arthur. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Lawson Cyril. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Lawson James William. Sgt. (d.28th Jun 1918)
  • Lawson W.. Sjt. 2/7th Btn.
  • Lawson William Henry. Pte. 2nd Battalion (d.9th Aug 1915)
  • Lawson William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Layfield Thomas Henry. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Lazarus S. C.. Pte.
  • Lazenby John Henry. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Leake Harold George. A/Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Leatherbarrow . 9th Btn.
  • Leavitt John Ronald. Pte 18th Btn.
  • Leavitt John Ronald. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Lee Arthur. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Lee E. F.. Company Qtr Mstr Sjt. 8th Btn.
  • Lee William. Pte. 12th Btn. (d.7th June 1917)
  • Legg H. G.. Lt. 22nd Btn.
  • Letzky C.. Pte. 2nd Btn.
  • Leveson R. M.. Lt. 10th Btn.
  • Lewis Charles Edward. Pte. 21st Btn
  • Lewis D. D. R.. 2nd Lt. 8th Btn.
  • Lewis J. W.. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Lewis James Holroyd. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Leybourne E. A.. Lt. 8th Btn.
  • Liddle Alix Oliffe. Cpl. 18th Btn. (d.16th Dec 1914)
  • Liddle W.. Sjt. 8th Btn.
  • Lindridge William Herbert. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Lindsay James. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Lindsey James. Sgt. 20th Battalion (d.3rd Oct 1916)
  • Linton William Beeson. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Lister John. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Little A.. 2nd Lt. 9th Btn.
  • Little Donald Eric. Pte. 14th Btn. (d.19th Dec 1915)
  • Little Edward Rutherford. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Little O.. Company Qtr Mstr Sjt. 14th Btn.
  • Littlefair Bertie. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Lively Frederick. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Lloyd Chatto. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Loader James. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Lochey Ambrose. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Lockett William Henry. 2nd Lt. 16th Btn. att. 12th Btn. (d.7th Oct 1916)
  • Lockey Francis Derwent. L/Cpl. 18th Btn. (d.23rd May 1916)
  • Lockey Frank Derwent. L/Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Lodge B. G.. 2nd Lt. 4th Btn.
  • Logan E. T.. Lt -Col 15th Btn.
  • Lomax C.. Lt -Col 8th Btn.
  • London Benjamin Howard. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Longstaff Richard Parker. Pte 12th Battalion
  • Longstaff Richard Parker. Pte. 20th Btn.
  • Longstaff Robert. Pte.
  • Longstaff Walter. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Lonsdale William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Lonsdale Willie. 1/5th Battalion (d.29th Mar 1918)
  • Lonsdale Willie. Private 1st/5th Battalion (d.29th Mar 1918)
  • Loudon Benjamin Howard. Cpl. 18th Btn. (d.12th July 1916)
  • Lounton George. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Lowe William Douglas. Capt. 18th Btn.
  • Lowery Thomas. 2nd Lt. 15th Btn. (d.3rd August 1917)
  • Lowley Frederick. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Lowrey John. L/Cpl. 15th Btn. (d.26th Sep 1915)
  • Lowrey T. B.. Lance Sjt. 8th Btn.
  • Lucas Thomas Henry. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Luckraft Charles. Pte. 8th Battalion
  • Luke . 9th Btn.
  • Luke John Norman. 2nd Lt. 5th Btn.
  • Lund Alfred James. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Luxmore Joseph. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.23rd May 1915)
  • Lydon Peter. Pte. 19th Battalion (d.23rd Apr 1918)
  • Macdonald Harold Newton. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.28th Mar 1918)
  • Macdonald John. L/Cpl. 19th Btn. (d.18th Jan 1917)
  • MacDougall John William. Pte. 21st Btn
  • Mack T.. 2nd Lt. 9th Btn.
  • Mackenzie Muir. 9th Btn.
  • MacMilian Charles. L/Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Maguire Thomas. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Mail . 7th Btn.
  • Makepeace J.. Lance Sjt. 8th Btn.
  • Makepeace John James. Pte. 19th Btn.
  • Makepeace Samuel Mallet. Pte. 4th Batt. (d.6th Aug 1917)
  • Malone R.. Sjt. 8th Btn.
  • Mander D. W.. Mjr. 2nd Btn.
  • Manley Thomas Henry . L/Cpl 5th Btn. (d.27th May 1918)
  • Mannion John. Pte. 2nd Battalion (d.11th Aug 1916)
  • Manson Horace. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • March John Arthur. Pte. 1/6th Btn.
  • Marks H. H.. Lt. 10th Btn.
  • Marks J.. Lt. 15th Btn.
  • Marley W.. Capt. 5th Btn.
  • Marquis Archibald Scott. Pte. 2nd Btn. (d.21st June 1917)
  • Marsden James Herbert. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Marsh Joseph. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Marshall . 9th Btn.
  • Marshall A. R.. Sjt. 8th Btn.
  • Marshall C. A.. 9th Btn.
  • Marshall James. Pte. 21st Btn
  • Marshall John. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Marshall R.. 2nd Lt. 2nd Btn.
  • Marshall R. H.. Sjt. 8th Btn.
  • Marshall T.. Sjt. 8th Btn.
  • Marshall Thomas. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Marshall W.. Lt. 8th Btn.
  • Marshall William Ernest. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Martin Frederick. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Martin J. K. L.. Capt. 10th Btn.
  • Martin J. H.. Lt -Col. 8th Btn.
  • Martin John. L/Cpl. 15th Battalion (d.6th Aug 1917)
  • Martin Richard. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Mason John. Pte. 2nd Battalion (d.11th Aug 1915)
  • Mason John William. Pte. 15th Battalion (d.25th Sep 1915)
  • Mason T.. Cpl. 14th Btn. (d.19th Dec 1915)
  • Mason William Sewell. Pte. 7th Battalion (d.27th May 1918)
  • Mathie Archibald. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Matson Charles. Cpl. 18th Btn. (d.2nd Mar 1917)
  • Matthews G.. Sjt. 2/7th Btn.
  • Matthews Thomas. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Mauchlin . 9th Btn.
  • Maughan Charles. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Maughan Robert. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Mawson Joseph. Pte. 1/5th Battalion (d.29th March 1918)
  • May Jeffrey. Pte. 22nd. Battalion (d.28th May 1918)
  • May John Oliver Knight. A/CQSM 18th Btn.
  • Mayhew R.. Pte.
  • McAllister James. Pte. 11th Battalion (d.20th Dec 1916)
  • McArdle . 7th Btn.
  • McCabe J.. 2/7th Btn.
  • McCann Thomas Edward. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • McCrickard James. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • McCullen G.. Sjt. 8th Btn.
  • McDonald Harold. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • McDonald Joseph. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • McDougall Michael. L/Cpl. 2nd Battalion, C Coy. (d.9th Aug 1915)
  • McGahan James Richard. Pte. 2nd Battalion (d.21st Mar 1918)
  • McGahan Thomas. Pte. 19th Btn.
  • McGovern Peter. L/Cpl. 1/5th Btn. C Coy. (d.24th Sep 1916)
  • McGregor Walter. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • McIntosh William Alexander. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • McIntyre . 7th Btn.
  • McIver Andrew Charles. L/sgt 2nd Btn.
  • McKeag John. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • McKenna John Thomas. Cpl. 9th Btn.
  • McKenzie Robert. Pte. 2nd Btn. (d.9th Aug 1915)
  • McKie A.. Company Sjt Mjr. 8th Btn.
  • McKinlay H. S.. 2nd Lt. 8th Btn.
  • McLennan . 7th Btn.
  • McMullen John. L/Cpl. 15th Btn. (d.5th Sep 1918)
  • McNaughton James Charles. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • McNeil John. Pte. 14th Btn. (d.19th Dec 1915)
  • McNeill Thomas. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • McNiff J.. Capt.
  • McQuillan M.. Lance Sjt. 8th Btn.
  • Meek Robert Edward.
  • Meek William Robert.
  • Megennis Thomas. Sjt. 2nd Battalion (d.23rd May 1916)
  • Mellars John William. Pte. 15th Btn. (d.25th Oct 1918)
  • Merryweather Fred. Pte. 21st Btn
  • Metcalf Alexander John. A/L/Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Metcalfe A.. L/Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Metcalfe James Thomas. Sgt. 18th Btn. (d. )
  • Middleton J. L.. Pte. 8th Btn.
  • Middlewood Charles. CSM. 2/7th Btn.
  • Milburn John. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Miles E.. Sjt. 8th Btn.
  • Milford George. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Miller G.. Sjt. 2/7th Btn.
  • Miller J. W. Pte. 24th (Tyneside Irish) Battalion
  • Miller Jampson Young. Pte. 20th Btn.
  • Miller John.
  • Miller John Henry. Pte. 5th Btn. (d.24th Apr 1915)
  • Miller Robert. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Milne Frank Gillender. Cpl. 19th Btn.
  • Milner C.. Capt. Padre. 8th Btn.
  • Milroy J.. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Minks Thomas. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.17th Dec 1914)
  • Mitchell Herbert Henry. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Mitchell Robert. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Mitchell Sidney. Pte. 6th Btn.
  • Mitchell Sidney. Pte. 6th Btn.
  • Mitton Harry Collingwood. Pte. 1/8th Battalion (d.29th Sep 1916)
  • Mole F. W.. Sjt. 8th Btn.
  • Monks Henry Charles. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Mood-Ord C. D.. Lt. 7th Btn.
  • Moody Hubert. L/Cpl. 9th Battalion (d.24th Feb 1916)
  • Moody William Robert. L/Cpl. 18th Btn. C Coy (d.30th Apr 1917)
  • Moon John William. A/Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Moore Ernest. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Moore Harold. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Moore John. Pte. 2nd Btn. (d.21st Sep 1914)
  • Mordue G.. Sjt. 2/7th Btn.
  • Moreland James Loftus. Pte. 6th Btn. (d.16th Sep 1916)
  • Morgan John. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Morgan William. Clr.Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Morrell Jonathan. L/Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Morris Charles. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Morris William Paul. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Mortimer W. B.. Lt. 2nd Btn.
  • Mortimer W. B.. Lt. 2nd Btn.
  • Moss Charles Herbert Moss. A/Sgt. 18th Btn. C Coy.
  • Moss-Blundell C. B.. Lt. 14th Btn.
  • Motum E. H.. Lt. 8th Btn.
  • Muir George Andrew. Pte. 2nd Btn. (d.21st Mar 1918)
  • Muir Percy. Pte. 1/5th Btn. (d.18th Sep 1916)
  • Mulhall James. Pte. 21st Btn
  • Munroe Thomas. Pte. 2nd Btn. (d.19th Apr 1916)
  • Murphy John. Pte. 2nd Btn. (d.30th April 1915)
  • Mustard-Charleton W.. Cpl. 7th Btn.
  • Myers Edward. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Myers Gilbert. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Myers John Robert. A/Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Nairn W.. Bugler. 7th Btn.
  • Napier J.. Sjt. 2/7th Btn.
  • Nasby F.. Sjt. 2/7th Btn.
  • Nathan G.. Lt.
  • Neilon J. T.. L/Cpl. 14th Btn. (d.19th Dec 1915)
  • Neilon John Thomas. L/Cpl. 14th Btn (d.19th Dec 1915)
  • Nellist George Thornton. Pte. 15th Battalion (d.22nd Nov 1917)
  • Nelson John Robert. Pte. 20th Battalion (d.1917)
  • Nelson Jonathan. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Nelson W. B.. Pte. 14th Btn. (d.11th Aug 1916)
  • Nesbitt A. W.. Lt. 8th Btn.
  • Nevin Edward. Pte. 20th Battalion (d.3rd Jun 1917)
  • Newberry Charles. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.9th Aug 1918)
  • Newby George. Pte. 21st Btn
  • Newby Harry. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Newby James. Pte. 1st/6th Battalion (d.27th May 1918)
  • Newby Thomas Arthur. Pte 5th Btn.
  • Newcombe Fred. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Newton Isaac. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Nicholl Walter. Pte. 23rd Btn
  • Nicholson Edmund. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Nicholson John . Pte. 9th Battalion (d.8th Feb 1916)
  • Nicholson John Brown. Pte. 10th Btn. (d.16th Sep 1916)
  • Nicholson William Henry. Pte. 1/5th Btn.
  • Niles Robert. Pte. 15th Battalion (d.13th Nov 1915)
  • Nilsson Geoffrey Burbank. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Nixon Edward Hethinton. Pte. 14th Service Battallion (d.30th August 1917)
  • Nixon Robert. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Nixon Ronald Thomas Thompson . Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Noall G.. Company Sjt Mjr. 2/7th Btn.
  • Noble John Edward. Pte. (d.16th September 1916)
  • Nodding Harry. Pte. 21st Btn
  • Norman Robert Clarke. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • North Charles. Cpl. 21st Btn
  • Northey W.. Capt. 2nd Btn.
  • Northrop Frederick Victor. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Novinski S.. Signaller. 20th Btn.
  • Nutbrown George. Pte. 5th Btn. (d.16th Sep 1916)
  • O'Hara John William. Sgt. 12th Btn. (d.27th Oct 1918)
  • O'Neill James. Private 2nd Btn. (d.9th Aug 1915)
  • O'Neill Thomas. Sgt. 22nd Btn. (d.26th Mar 1918)
  • Oglesby Charles. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Oldfield John Henry. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Oldridge Ernest. T/RSM 18th Btn.
  • Oley Robert Edward. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Oliphant Lancelot. RQMS 18th Btn.
  • Oliver Henry Cecil. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Oliver James. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Onslow John Charles. Pte. 5th Battalion
  • Ord Henry. Private 15th Battalion (d.17 April 1918)
  • Ord Richard Foster. 18th Btn.
  • Ord Robert. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Orton Reginald Greenwell. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Oswell A.. Capt. 8th Btn.
  • Oughton R.. Lance Sjt. 2/7 Btn.
  • Outhwaite Lawrence. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Overfield Daniel. 15th Battalion (d.1st July 1916)
  • Owsnett Joseph. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Oxley E.. Sjt. 2/7th Btn.
  • Page George Clarence. Cpl.
  • Palin Thomas Frederick. Pte. 19th Btn.
  • Pallisher George. Pte. 22nd Btn
  • Pallister Roland. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Pallister Thomas Russell. L/Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Palmer . 9th Btn.
  • Palmer Charles Vivian. 18th Btn.
  • Palmer Henry Adam. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Park Thomas Arthur. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Parker Herbert. Pte. 23rd Btn
  • Parker James . Pte. 1/5th Btn.
  • Parker James. Pte. 5th Btn.
  • Parkin James Skelton. L/Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Parkinson Thomas. Pte. 12th Btn. (d.15th June 1917)
  • Partington William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Patterson Cecil. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Patterson James. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Pattison H.. Sjt. 2/7th Btn.
  • Pattison John George. Pte. 1/5th Btn. (d.4th Dec 1917)
  • Pattison Robert. Pte. 5th Btn. (d.23rd May 1915)
  • Patton John William. Pte. 2nd Btn. (d.15th Oct 1916)
  • Payne Edward. Pte. 10th Btn. (d.18th March 1916)
  • Peacock Bertie. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Pearce George Scott. Pte. (d.18th Jan1920)
  • Pearson G.. Sjt. 2/7th Btn.
  • Pearson R.. Sjt. 2/7th Btn.
  • Pearson Richard. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Pearson William Allan. CSM. 18th Btn.
  • Peirson Ernest S.. Pte. 5th Btn. (d.15 Apr 1918)
  • Penberthy James Wilfred. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Pendlington Robert Armstrong. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Penman Bernard. Pte. 1st/5th Btn. (d.22nd May 1915)
  • Penman Thomas. Pte. 1/5th Btn. (d.24th May 1915)
  • Phillips Harry. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Phillipson Thomas. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Phorson D. S.. 18th Btn.
  • Phorson D. S.. Capt. 18th Btn.
  • Picken Richard Nelson. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Pickersgill . 7th Btn.
  • Pickles Thomas Wilkinson. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Pike Clarence Cecil. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Pike E. A.. 2nd Lt. 8th Btn.
  • Pike William Vincent. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Pinkney Mark Richard. A/CSM 18th Btn.
  • Pitt William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Plaice John William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Platten S.. Sjt. 8th Btn.
  • Platten Samuel. Clr/Sgt. 4th Btn.
  • Plows Frank. Pte. 18th bat. (d.25th June 1916)
  • Plows Frank. Pte. 19th Btn.
  • Plummer . 9th Btn.
  • Plumpton George. Pte. 21st Btn
  • Polce . 7th Btn.
  • Pollock L.. 2nd Lt. 2nd Btn.
  • Poole Alexander Henry. Pte. 1st/5th Btn. (d.23rd April 1917)
  • Poole Frederick Barron. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Pooley Thomas. Pte 1/8th Btn (d.26th Apr 1915)
  • Porter Arthur Victor. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Porter Henry Albert. Pte. 5th Btn.
  • Postlewhite James Edward. Pte. 15th Battalion
  • Potter John George. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Potts G.. L/Cpl. 15th Btn.
  • Potts George. CSM 20th Btn
  • Powell Ernest Clifford. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Powell G. H.. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Powell Harry. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Powell William.
  • Powis A.. Sjt. 2/7th Btn.
  • Pratt Edward Henry. Pte. 3/5th Btn.
  • Pratt Edward. 5th Btn (d.15th Sep 1918)
  • Pratt J.. Pte. 13th Btn.
  • Prest Frank. A/Cpl. 10th (Service) Btn.
  • Prest Frank. L\Sgt. 10th & 19th Btn
  • Preston Joseph Edwin. Private 5th Btn. (d.21st Nov 1918)
  • Price T. J.. Sjt. 8th Btn.
  • Price Walter John. Pte 5th Reserves
  • Priestly Ronald Henry Pinkey. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Prince T.. Sjt. 2/7th Btn.
  • Proud John Henry. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Pumphrey Adolar. Capt. 20th Btn.
  • Punshon H. F.. 8th Btn.
  • Purvis . Rev. 7th Btn.
  • Purvis John George. Pte. 10th Battalion (d.10th May 1917)
  • Purvis William. Pte. 20th Btn
  • Quickmire James William. L/Cpl. 6th Btn.
  • Quinn J.. Pte. 3rd Btn.
  • Quinn John. Pte. 1st/5th Battalion (d.29th March 1918)
  • Rae John. Pte. 21st Btn
  • Raeburn James. Pte 2nd Btn (d.28th April 1916)
  • Railton John. Pte. 2nd Btn. (d.30th May 1916)
  • Raine Frank. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Raine G. K.. Lt. 18th Btn. (d.2nd Jul 1916)
  • Raine George Cuthbert. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Raine John Thomas. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Ramsay L. A.. Lt. 8th Btn.
  • Ramsdale James. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Ramsden Bertram. Pte. 5th Btn.
  • Ramshaw George Edward. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Ramshaw Joseph. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Ratcliffe Alfred. Pte. 1/5th Btn. (d.14th Oct 1918)
  • Ratcliffe Alfred. Pte. 1/5th Btn. (d.14th Oct 1918)
  • Ratcliffe Ellis. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.12th Apr 1918)
  • Ray John William. Pte. 8th Battalion (d.26 Mar 1918)
  • Raymon M.. Cpl. 1st Btn.
  • Readhead . 7th Btn.
  • Readhead Arthur. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Reah John Thomas. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Reay Frank Home . Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Reay John. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Redden David. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Reed Alfred. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Reed Edward. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Reed Edward John. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Reed Thomas. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Reick Walter. Pte. 15th Btn. (d.27th Sep 1915)
  • Reinecker John Arno. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Renton William. Pte. 2nd Btn.
  • Revely Edmund. Pte. 2nd Battalion (d.28th October 1914)
  • Revely Joseph. L/Cpl. 2nd Btn. (d.6th Nov 1914)
  • Richadson George. Pte. 19th Btn. (d.1st Jun 1918)
  • Richards E. W.. Pte. 7th Btn.
  • Richardson Albert. Cpl. 12th Btn., C Coy.
  • Richardson Alexander Lester. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Richardson George. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Richardson James Henry. L/Cpl. 22nd Btn. (d.26th Mar 1918)
  • Richardson James Baker. Sgt. 15th Btn.
  • Richardson John Thomas. Pte. 15 Battalion (d.16th Sep 1916)
  • Richardson John. Pte. 14th Btn. (d.18th Sep 1916)
  • Richardson John Henry. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Richardson T.. Colour Sjt. 8th Btn.
  • Richardson Thomas William. Pte. 22nd Btn
  • Richmond James Alfred. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Richmond Robert. Pte. 21st Btn
  • Rickaby James Alfred William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Riddell John. Pte. 14th Battalion (d.3rd Dec 1917)
  • Ridden Thomas James. Pte. 8th Battalion
  • Ridley . 9th Btn.
  • Ridley Robert R. Private 14th Battalion (d.21st December 1915)
  • Rigg Tyson. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Riley Richard. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Riley William. Pte. 2nd Btn. (d.24th Sep 1918)
  • Ritson J. A. S. . Capt. 8th Btn.
  • Ritson John. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Rix Edward William. Pte. 2nd Btn. (d.21st Sep 1914)
  • Robb A. K.. Mjr. 2nd Btn.
  • Robers John George. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Roberts Cyril. Pte. 22nd Btn
  • Roberts William. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.15th Jun 1917)
  • Robertson . 9th Btn.
  • Robertson Archibald Wilson. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Robertson Robert. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Robertson Thomas. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Robinson Arthur. 22nd Btn
  • Robinson George Cecil. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Robinson John C.. CSM. 14th Btn.
  • Robinson John William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Robinson John James. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Robinson Joseph Best. Pte.
  • Robinson Joseph. Pte. 1/6th Btn. (d.30th May 1918)
  • Robinson Joseph. CSM. 15th Btn. (d.23rd Oct 1918)
  • Robinson L. H.. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Robinson Lawrence Hunter. A/Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Robinson Robert Race. Pte. 21st Btn
  • Robinson W. H.. 2nd Lt. 8th Btn.
  • Robinson Walter. L/Cpl. 20th Btn. (d.21st Sep 1917)
  • Robinson Wilson. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Robson J.. Sjt. 8th Btn.
  • Robson James William. 12th Btn.
  • Robson Percy Blackwood. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Robson Ralph Maddison. L/Cpl. 20th Battallion (d.30th Sep 1916)
  • Robson Robert Ramsey. Cpl. 19th Btn. (d.22nd Apr 1918)
  • Robson S. Pte. 1/5th Btn. (d.2nd Nov 1917)
  • Robson T.. Sjt. 2/7th Btn.
  • Robson T.. Pte. 14th Btn. (d.19th Dec 1915)
  • Robson Thomas. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Robson Thomas Wilson. Pte. 21st Btn
  • Robson William. Pte. 21st Btn
  • Rocks Patrick. Pte. 14th Btn. (d.27th Sep 1915)
  • Roe William Thomas. pte. (d.8th Jul 1916)
  • Rogers J. N. O.. Lt. 8th Btn.
  • Rogers John William. Cpl. 21st Btn
  • Rogers Walter. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.16th Dec 1914)
  • Rogerson W. E.. Capt. 10th Btn.
  • Roper William Leonard. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.4th May 1917)
  • Rose Henry. Pte. 14th Battalion (d.20th-22nd April 1917)
  • Rose Joseph. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Rose William Albert. 11th Btn.
  • Rossington John Frederick. Pte. Army Ordnance Corps. (d.26th March 1918)
  • Rotheram Alfred. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Rotheram Joseph. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Routledge Harold. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Rowlands . 9th Btn.
  • Rowlands John Thomas. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Roxby W.. Company Sjt Mjr. 8th Btn.
  • Rushton William Henry. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Russell Alexander. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Russell John Lowther. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Russell John Robert. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Rutherford Thomas. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Rutherford Thomas James. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.17th Feb 1918)
  • Rutherford W.. Pte. 12th Btn.
  • Rutter D. L.. 2nd Lt. 8th Btn.
  • Saint Clemitt Harrison. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Salkeld Ernest Lewis. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Salkeld Gerald. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Salkeld Henry. Pte. 10th Battalion (d.16th Sep 1916)
  • Salkeld Thomas. A/L/Sgt 18th Btn.
  • Samuel S. C.. L/Cpl.
  • Sandall D.. Pte. 13th Btn.
  • Sanderson James. Pte. 12th Btn. (d.21st Sep 1917)
  • Sanderson James Johnson. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Sandilands Robert. Pte. 2nd Battalion (d.21st Sep 1914)
  • Sargeant Albert. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Sargeant Jack. Pte. 8th Btn. (d.26th April 1915)
  • Sarginson Francis Edward. Pte. 21st Btn
  • Saurebeck C. T. W.. Capt.
  • Sayer . 7th Btn.
  • Sayer R. W.. Pte. 2nd Btn.
  • Sayers Tom. Pte. 21st Btn
  • Scarr James. Pte 6th Btn (d.16th Sep 1916)
  • Scarr Robert Nicholson. Pte. 21st Btn
  • Scorer George. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Scott . 7th Btn.
  • Scott . Lt. 18th Btn.
  • Scott Alexander. L/Cpl. 2nd Battalion (d.8th May 1917)
  • Scott Harold James Walter. 2nd Lt. 5th Btn.
  • Scott Harold James Walter. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Scott Henry Arthur. L/Cpl. 18th Btn. (d.1st July 1916)
  • Scott John Simpson. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Scott John. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Scott Walter Robert. Pte. 9th Btn.
  • Scott William. L/Cpl. 22nd Btn. (d.27th May 1918)
  • Scougal Herbert. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Sergeant Charles Raynor. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Severs Joseph. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Sewell William. Pte. 21st Btn
  • Shankie J.. 18th Btn.
  • Sharp A.. Sjt. 2/7th Btn.
  • Sharp Thomas. Pte. 5th Btn. (d.23rd April 1917)
  • Sharpe William Harrison. A/Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Shaw Alfred Fred. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Shaw Fred Earlam. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Shaw Harry. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Shearer Sidney James. Sgt. 13th Btn. (d.3rd August 1916)
  • Sherritt Albert. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Sherwood D.. 2nd Lt. 8th Btn.
  • Shields Robert. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Shipley John. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Short . 7th Btn.
  • Siddle William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Simm Richard. Pte. 12th Battalion, A Coy.
  • Simmonds James Herbert. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Simmonds Owen Williams. L/Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Simmons D. S.. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Simpson . Lt. 18th Btn.
  • Simpson Charles. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Simpson John George. Pte. 22nd Battalion (d.19th Jul 1916)
  • Simpson Joseph. Pte. 19th Btn. (d.2nd Apr 1916)
  • Simpson Joseph. Pte. 19th Battalion (d.2nd Apr 1916)
  • Simpson Joseph Austin. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Simpson William. Pte. 12th Btn.
  • Sinclair Frank Hanson. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Sisson . Lt. 8th Btn.
  • Skeene Andrew. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Slater Thomas. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Smales J.. Capt. adj. 9th Btn.
  • Smeddle J. H.. Mjr. 8th Btn.
  • Smelt Christopher. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Smith Charles Henry. 14th Btn.
  • Smith Charles Henry. Cpt. 14th Battalion
  • Smith Charles. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Smith Ernest. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Smith F.. Cpl. 18th Btn. (d.27th Apr 1918)
  • Smith Frederick. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Smith G.. Sjt. 19th Btn.
  • Smith George Victor. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Smith George Clifford. L-Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Smith George. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Smith Harrison. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Smith Harry. Cpl. 19th Btn.
  • Smith J. G.. Company Qtr Mstr Sjt. 8th Btn.
  • Smith James Bell. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Smith James Dickenson. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Smith James William. Pte. 23rd Btn
  • Smith John. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Smith Leonard P.. Pte. 10th Btn. (d.23rd Aug 1917)
  • Smith Leonard Philip. Pte. 10th Btn. (d.23rd August 1917)
  • Smith Sam. A/Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Smith T.. Company Sjt Mjr. 8th Btn.
  • Smith Thomas Patrick. Pte. 2nd Btn. (d.16th May 1915)
  • Smith Wilfred Gordon. Pte. 13th Btn. (d.17th July 1916)
  • Smith William Thomas. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Smith William Dawson. Pte. 22nd Btn
  • Smole B.. Sjt.
  • Smurthwaite William. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.1st Jul 1916)
  • Snaith George. 2nd Btn
  • Snaith Thomas. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Sneller James William. Pte. 14th Btn. (d.15th October 1916)
  • Snow Philip Arthur. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Snowdon Ralph. Pte 1st/7th Btn (d.1st Oct 1916)
  • Sopwith Gerald. Mjr.
  • Southern J. G.. Pte. 7th Btn.
  • Southern Joseph Harle. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Sowerby H. J.. Lt -Col. 2/7th tn.
  • Spain . 7th Btn.
  • Spalding Henry. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Spark George. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Spence John. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Spence William. Pte. 20th Btn
  • Spooner Samuel. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Spoors T.. Sjt. 2/7th Btn.
  • Spour Charles E.. Sjt.
  • St Clair Harry. Pte. 2nd Btn.
  • St.Clair . Pte. 2nd Btn. (d.18th Oct 1914)
  • Stafford George Brabazon. Capt
  • Stafford Reginald. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Stainthorpe John Albert. Sgt. 14th Battalion (d.26th Dec 1915)
  • Stanley Harold. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Stansfield Thomas William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Stanuell C. M.. 2nd Lt. 2nd Btn.
  • Stark Samuel Warburton. Pte. 2nd Battalion
  • Staveley Elijah. Pte.
  • Stearn J. H.. Lt. 14th Btn.
  • Steedman John. Pte. 20th Battalion (d.27th Jul 1918)
  • Steel J. G.. Lt. 9th btn.
  • Steel John Noble. Pte. 2nd Battalion (d.24th May 1916)
  • Steele George Albert. Pte. 22nd Btn
  • Steele Isaac Martin. Pte. 10th Battalion (d.29th Aug 1916)
  • Stenhouse J. A.. Lt.
  • Stephens Alexander Leitch. Pte. 9th Battalion (d.23rd Apr 1917)
  • Stephenson Joseph Henry. L/Cpl. 5th Btn.
  • Stephenson Robert Clark. Pte. 14th Battalion (d.3rd Dec 1917)
  • Stephenson Walter. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Stephenson William. Pte. 19th Btn.
  • Stevenson Thomas Alderson. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Stevenson Tom Walker. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Stewart C. E.. Capt. 10th Btn.
  • Stewart F. A.. Lt. 10th Btn.
  • Stewart G. E. S.. 2nd Lt. 10th Btn.
  • Stewart William Thomas. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Stobbs Henry. 2nd Lt. 4th Btn. (d.26th Oct 1917)
  • Stobs Thomas. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Stockport George. 15th Battalion (d.6th October 1918)
  • Stoddart S.. Sjt. 10th Btn.
  • Stokoe William. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Stones Joseph William. L/Cpl. 9th Btn. (d.18th Jan 1917)
  • Stones Joseph William. Pte. 19th Btn. (d.18th Jan 1917)
  • Stones R. B.. Lt. 9th Btn.
  • Storey J.. Sjt. 2/7th Btn.
  • Storey R.. Sjt. 2/7th Btn.
  • Storey Ralph Calder. A/Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Stotheft Thomas Edward. Pte. 23rd Btn
  • Stott Bert . Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Stott George. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Strong John William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Stubbins Joseph Thomas. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Suggett T. W.. Pte. 14th Btn. (d.19th Dec 1915)
  • Sullivan John Arthur . Pte 13th Btn. (d.18th Oct 1917)
  • Summerson Joseph Richardson. Pte. 6th Btn.
  • Sutcliffe . 7th Btn.
  • Suttie Albert. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Sutton Levi. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Swainston Percy Bousfield. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Swales William James. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Swalwell Archibald Joseph. Pte. 1st/9th
  • Swalwell Joseph. L/Cpl. 15th Battalion (d.21st March 1918)
  • Swan Thomas Shepherd. Pte. 2nd Battalion (d.13th Aug 1915)
  • Sweeting Charles Robson. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Sweetingham Percy John. Pte. 2nd Battalion (d.14th July 1918)
  • Sweetingham Percy John. Pte. 2nd Btn. (d.14th July 1918)
  • Swetenham E.. Lt. 2nd Btn.
  • Swinson Henry. Pte. 21st Btn
  • Synnott Pierce Joseph. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Tait Robert Thomas. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Tait-Knight A.. Capt. 22nd Btn.
  • Target N. A.. Lt. 2nd Btn.
  • Tarren William. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Tasker Francis. 9th Btn. (d.14th Oct 1918)
  • Tate Andrew. Pnr. 1st/7th Btn. D Company (d.17th April 1917)
  • Taylerson Robert. A/L/Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Taylor . 7th Btn.
  • Taylor Herbert Leslie. CQMS 18th Btn.
  • Taylor Joseph. Pte. 20th Btn
  • Taylor K.. 7th Btn.
  • Taylor Michael. Pte. 15th Btn. (d.22nd October 1917)
  • Taylor T. G.. 8th Btn.
  • Taylor William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Taylor William Andrew. L-Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Taylor William. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Taylor William. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Teague Edgar Vivers. Pte. 12th Btn. (d.27th Oct 1918)
  • Teasdale J. G.. Sjt. 8th Btn.
  • Teasdale William. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Telfer Robert. Pte. 20th Battalion (d.27th Jul 1916)
  • Temple Frederick William. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Thayne James. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Thew Arthur William. RSM. 5th Battalion
  • Thomas Herbert Arthur. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Thomas Ivor. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Thomas James William. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Thompson . 7th Btn.
  • Thompson A.. Sjt. 2/7th Btn.
  • Thompson Alfred. Pte. 13th Battalion (d.25th Oct 1918)
  • Thompson Ellis. 2nd Lt. 18th Btn. D Coy. (d.18th May 1917)
  • Thompson Harry Abdale. L/Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Thompson Herbert William. L-Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Thompson James Arthur Uren. 18th Btn.
  • Thompson John Frederick. Pte. 20th Battalion (d.31st Jul 1917)
  • Thompson John. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Thompson Joseph. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Thompson Richard Norman. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Thompson Robert Albert. L-Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Thompson William Edward. Pte. 15th Btn. (d.1st Jul 1916)
  • Thompson William. Pte. 13th Btn. (d.25th Oct 1918)
  • Thompson William Wyllard. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Thorne Wilfred Kemp. L/Cpl. 15th Battalion (d.27th May 1918)
  • Thornton Albert Clennett. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Thornton Charles. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Thubron Cecil Thomas. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Thwaites R.. Lance Sjt. 8th Btn.
  • Tierney Joseph. Pte. 2nd Battalion (d.30th Jul 1915)
  • Tindale Thomas William. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Tinkler Charles Albert. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Todd Abraham Eden. Sjt. 15th Btn. (d.31st May 1918)
  • Todd Charles Gordon. Pte. 13th Btn.
  • Todd Charles. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Todd J.. Sjt. 8th Btn.
  • Todd Steven. Pte. 13th Btn. (d.8th June 1917)
  • Tolliday John William. (d.7th June 1916)
  • Tomlinson Fredrick Anderson. L/Cpl. 18th Btn. (d.27th Aug 1918)
  • Tomsett Edward. Pte. 20th Btn
  • Toole Alexander.
  • Toole James. Pte. 14th Battalion (d.24 December 1915)
  • Toppin Shirley. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Topping Robert. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Torvill William Albert. Pte. 9th Btn (d.9th Oct 1918)
  • Tose Clinnett Victor. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Tovell John George. Pte. 7th Battalion (d.23rd Jun 1916)
  • Townsend H.. 2nd Lt. 8th Btn.
  • Trevitt Samuel. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Trisram . Mjr. 18th Btn.
  • Trotter Christopher. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Troughton E. R.. Capt. adj. 2/7th Btn.
  • Trow Edward Thomas. Pte. 21st Btn
  • Truett Arthur John. 15th Btn. (d.29th May 1918)
  • Tucker G. W.. Sjt. 8th Btn.
  • Tulip Robert. Pte. 8th Battalion (d.10th Apr 1918)
  • Turnbull J.. Capt. 8th Btn.
  • Turnbull J.. Lt -Col. 8th Btn.
  • Turnbull Joseph. Sjt Mjr 3rd Btn.
  • Turnbull Joseph. Pte. 1/8th Battalion (d.26th April 1915)
  • Turnbull Richard. A/L/Cpl. 18th Btn. (d.1st July 1916)
  • Turner Leslie Dobson. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.16th Dec 1914)
  • Turner William. Pte. (d.1917)
  • Tuton George. Pte. 23rd Btn
  • Tweddell William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Twigg A. R.. 2nd Lt. 8th Btn.
  • Urwin William. Pte. 11th Btn. (d.6th Oct 1916)
  • Usher Thomas. Pte. 15th Btn. (d.10th Sep 1918)
  • Van Praag B.. Sjt. 15th Btn.
  • Vane-Tempest C. S.. 5th Btn.
  • Vart Paul. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Vasey William Oswald. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Vaux E.. Lt -Col 7th Btn.
  • Vayro Thomas. Sgt 6th Battalion, B Company
  • Veitch E. H.. Capt. 8th Btn.
  • Vickers Arthur D.L.. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Vitty Fred. Pte. 14th Btn., D Coy (d.18th Sep 1916)
  • Vockwich Thomas R.. L/Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Waddle John Crow. Pte. 14th Btn (d.12th Oct 1916)
  • Waggott David. 20th Btn.
  • Waggott David. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Waggott George Shield. Pte. 10th Service Btn.
  • Waister John James. Pte. 2nd/6th Btn. (d.26th Mar 1918)
  • Wakefield Edmund. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Wakefield F. S.. 8th Btn.
  • Wakefield Thomas. L/Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Waldram Walter William. Private 20th Btn.
  • Walker . 7th Btn.
  • Walker Alfred Richard. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.1st Mar 1917)
  • Walker Clarence Harcourt. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Walker Frederick. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Walker Frederick Tillotson. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Walker Herbert Leslie. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Walker James. Pte. 2nd battalion (d.9th Aug 1915)
  • Walker James. Pte. 21st Btn
  • Walker John. Pte. 23rd Btn
  • Walker Joseph William. Pte. 10th Btn. (d.10th Apr 1917)
  • Walker Levi. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Walker T. W.. 8th Btn.
  • Walker William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Walker William Metcalf. Pte. 21st Btn
  • Wall Herbert John Proudfoot. Pte. 9th Btn. (d.21st July 1918)
  • Wall John. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Wall Thomas. Pte. 1/5th Btn. (d.26th Jun 1917)
  • Wallace . 9th Btn.
  • Wallace Percy James. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Wallace Robinson. 2/Lt. 8th Btn. (d.2nd Oct 1916)
  • Waller Arthur Appleton. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Wallis Issac. Pte. 14th Btn. (d.30th Nov 1917)
  • Wallis James. Pte. 5th Btn. (d.17th Aug 1915)
  • Walton John. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Walton Lewis. Pte. 1/5th Battalion (d.5th June 1919)
  • Walton R. S.. Pte. 5th Btn.
  • Walton Robert. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Wandless G. J.. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Wanley Arthur. L/Cpl. 5th Battallion (d.20 May 1917)
  • Ward Alfred Edward. L/Cpl. 5th Btn. (d.22nd March 1918)
  • Ward Alfred. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Ward George. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Ward James. Cpl. (d.7th Jul 1918)
  • Ward John Gilbert. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Ward Thomas Henry. Pte. 10th Btn. (d.29th Aug 1916)
  • Wardle John Alfred. Pte. 1/6th Btn. (d.1st October 1916)
  • Warnock John. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Warrender Francis. Pte. 13th Btn. (d.12th June 1917)
  • Warwick Isaac. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Warwick Jacques William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Waterhouse Joseph. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Waters Joseph. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Watkin Wilfred. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Watling J. W.. 5th Btn. (d.3rd Mar 1919)
  • Watson Benjamin Sedgwick. Pte. 14th Btn. (d.19th Dec 1915)
  • Watson Fenwick. Pte 14th Btn. (d.26th Sep 1915)
  • Watson James. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Watson John Stanley. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Watson Thomas. Pte. 20th Btn
  • Watson Thomas. Pte. 14th Btn. (d.16th Sep 1917)
  • Watson Thomas. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.16th September 1917)
  • Watson Walter Ballantyne. Pte. 10th Btn
  • Watson William Adamson. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Watt Alfred. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Watt H. B. C.. 2nd Lt. 8th Btn.
  • Wealleans Harry. Pte. 12th Btn. (d.18th Oct 1917)
  • Wear Arthur. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Wearmouth Frederick Watson. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Wearmouth John Robert. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Wears Robert Stockport. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Weatherall Robert. A/Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Weatherell Walter. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Weatherley William James. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Weaver T. A.. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Weaver Thomas Albert. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.1st Aug 1916)
  • Webb Stanley. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Websdell George Anthony. Cpl. 182nd Tunnelling Coy. (d.18th Aug 1918)
  • Webster Robert. T/Sgt 18th Btn.
  • Weeks F. M.. Capt. 8th Btn.
  • Weighill Herbert. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Welch Thomas. Pte. 11th Btn. (d.9th Sep 1916)
  • Welch Thomas. Pte. 11th Btn. (d.9th Sep 1916)
  • Welsh . 7th Btn.
  • Welsh William. Pte. 14th Btn (d.18th Oct 1916)
  • Wench John George. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Wesselhoeft G. H.. 2nd Lt. 15th Btn
  • West Frederick. CQMS 18th Btn.
  • Whall C. L. B.. Lt. 8th Btn.
  • Wharf Walter. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Wharrier . Lt. 8th Btn.
  • Wheelwright Robert. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • White Alfred. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • White Christopher. Pte. 21st Btn
  • White George Ernest. Sjt. 5th Btn. (d.25 May 1915)
  • White Robert Bransby. L/Sgt. 13th Btn. (d.20th Sep 1917)
  • Whitelaw A.. Pte. 2nd Btn.
  • Whiteside T.. Sjt. 2/7th Btn.
  • Whitfield Charles W.. Pte. 5th Btn. (d.24th May 1915)
  • Whitfield Joseph. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Whitfield Norman Gregory. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Whitmore Lewis Ainsworth. Pte.
  • Wick William John. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Wilkinson Alfred. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Wilkinson Benjamin. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Wilkinson George Arthur. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Wilkinson John Penman R.. Pte. 1/8th Battalion (d.15th Mar 1916)
  • Wilkinson John W.. Pte. 14th Btn. (d.19th Dec 1915)
  • Wilkinson Joseph. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Wilkinson Joseph Hardy. Pte 15th Btn (d.1st Jul 1916)
  • Wilkinson N.. Sjt. 8th Btn.
  • Wilkinson Raymond Howard. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Wilkinson William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Willan Walter Edwin. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Willey Alexander. Pte. 21st Btn
  • Williams James. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Williams John. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Williams Thomas Wynn. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Williamson . 7th Btn.
  • Williamson George Edward. Pte. 21st Btn
  • Wilmot Albert Edward. 6th Btn. (d.19th May 1915)
  • Wilson Albert. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Wilson Edward Ridley. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Wilson F.. Company Qtr Mstr Sjt. 8th Btn.
  • Wilson George. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Wilson Harry. Pte. 18th Btn. (d.20th Apr 1918)
  • Wilson J. A.. Lt. 8th Btn.
  • Wilson James. L/Cpl. 15th Btn.
  • Wilson James William. Sgt. 2nd Battalion
  • Wilson John. Pte. 11 Btn. C Coy. (d.2nd Sep 1916)
  • Wilson John Herbert. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Wilson John James. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Wilson John. Pte. 20th Btn
  • Wilson John Robert. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Wilson Michael. Pte. 6th Btn. (d.26th Jun 1916)
  • Wilson P. P.. Mjr. 2/7th Btn.
  • Wilson Robert. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Wilson Robert. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Wilson Tom. RQMS 18th Btn.
  • Wilson William Worthington. L/Sgt. 18th Btn. D Coy, Machine Gun Section.
  • Wilson William Arnold. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Winter Richard. Pte. 14th Btn. (d.19th Dec 1915)
  • Wise John. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Wise Sydney. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Witham Harold. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Witton William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Wollman A. E.. Pte. 15th Btn
  • Wood Alexander. Pte. 2nd Btn. (d.28th Oct 1914)
  • Wood Andrew Robert. Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Wood J.. Lt. 8th Btn.
  • Wood John Alfred. Pte. Depot (d.2nd July 1918)
  • Woodhouse John. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Woodward Alfred. L/Cpl. 18th Btn.
  • Woodward Thomas. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Woodward W.. 2nd Lt. 8th Btn.
  • Woodward William Eric. Cpl. 52nd Btn. (d.29th June 1919)
  • Wormald Frederick George. L/Sgt. 19th Btn (d.18th Jul 1916)
  • Worth Arthur Womersley. Pte.
  • Wray Robert. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Wrench Thomas Gibson. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Wright Albert Benjamin. A/Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Wright Andrew. Pte. 2nd Btn. (d.9th Aug 1915)
  • Wright George Hudson. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Yellow Tom. Pte. 23rd Btn
  • Yorke James Ernest. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Youens Frederick. 2nd Lt. 13th Btn. C Coy (d.7th July 1917)
  • Youens Frederick. 2nd Lt. 13th Btn. (d.7th Jul 1917)
  • Young J.. Sjt. 8th Btn.
  • Young James. Pte. 14th Btn. (d.24th Sept 1916)
  • Young Robert Thornton. Sgt. 18th Btn.
  • Young Thomas. (d.1st Oct 1916)
  • Young W. H.. Pte. 14th Btn. (d.19th Dec 1915)
  • Young William. Cpl. 14th btn. (d.20 Apr 1916)
  • Young William. Cpl. 19th Btn.
  • Young William. Pte. 18th Btn.
  • Younger Thomas. Sgt. 18th Btn.

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Pte. Edmund Revely 2nd Battalion Durham Light Infantry (d.28th October 1914)

Pte Edmund Revely 11440

Edmund Revely 11440 was born on 18 July 1891 in Hartlepool. Before he joined the Army he worked as a hand putter at Trimdon Colliery. He was 21 years of age when he joined up on the 5 September 1912.

Edmund became part of the 2nd Battalion of the Durham Light Infantry. During his time in service he was stationed first at Lichfield, then onto Cambridge which then led to them being sent to St Nazaire. The battles he was involved in included the battle of Armentieres and Aisne. Sadly, on the 28 October he lost his life after being killed in action. He was just 23 years of age.

He had a young wife at home, plus a two month old daughter who he never met. After his death, he was awarded the 1914 star, The Victory medal and the British War medal. He also received the commemorative plaque and scroll. His name is on the memorial wall at the Ploegsteert Memorial in Hainaut Belgium, St Aidan's church in Hartlepool, St Editha's church and St George's church in Tamworth.

Statue at the arboretum for the durham light infantry

Jackie Newman


Pte Thomas Pooley 1/8th Btn Durham Light Infantry (d.26th Apr 1915)

Thomas Pooley's war lasted a mere 6 days. The battalion landed at Boulogne on April 20th, and he was killed on the 26th, at Gravenstafel, during the 2nd battle of Ypres. His name is recorded on The Menin Gate memorial, and also on the Memorial in Tow Law, County Durham, near his home village of Sunniside, Crook. He enlisted at Tow Law (date unknown)and was probably in H Coy. due to the proximity of its base in Hamsteels to both Tow Law and Sunniside.

Dennis Pooley


Pte. Robert Longstaff Durham Light Infantry

I have inherited my grandfather Bob Longstaff's WW1 service medals and Queen Mary Christmas box. I know very little of him, other than that he survived the war but died when I was young, over 50 years ago. I will try to find out more through the family, but thought it would be good to have him recognised and listed on your site.

I have "Pip, Squeak and Wilfred", engraved with his name and number, with "B" Longstaff on the 1914 star and "R" Longstaff on the other 2 campaign medals. I know he was a miner, but do not know how he became part of the B.E.F. or how he became involved so early in the war. Would welcome any information that anyone might have.

Robert Longstaff


George Hall Greenwell 18th Btn. Durham Light Infantry

My great grandfather, George Hall Greenwell, was born in Witton Gilbert, County Durham, in 1892 and lived there until 1927. The rest of his life was spent in Langley Park where he worked as Engine Plain Man at the local colliery. His health and memory never failed and he died quite suddenly and peacefully at the age of ninety-two.

In the great surge of patriotism in the summer of 1914 he joined the newly formed 18th Durham Light Infantry, the 'Pals' Batallion. The men spent 1915 on the Middle East Front in Egypt, 1916 in the lines training for and taking part in the Battle of the Somme, the greatest military disaster in the whole of British history. 1917 and 1918 were spent on numerous other parts of the Western Front. The four years were packed with hardship and tragedy beyond belief. Only the lucky ones survived.

Jessica Whiting


Pte. William Brown 12th Btn. Durham Light Infantry (d.7th June 1917)

When William Brown enlisted, on 26 May 1915, he left his job as a printer and was assigned to the Royal Field Artillery and given 5033 as his service number. However, this was a nominal assignment for the purposes of his initial training and, before he went overseas on active service, he was transferred to the Durham Light Infantry, on 9th January 1917 – the day he left for France. Whilst still in training at Rugeley Camp in Staffordshire, he found himself in trouble for overstaying his leave pass and was fined a day’s pay.

The attack which would take William’s life would later be called the Battle of Messines. He was my Grandmother's brother.

Roy Bowden


Pte. John Frederick Thompson 20th Battalion Durham Light Infantry (d.31st Jul 1917)

Freddie Thompson was born in 1893 and baptised St Peter's Monkwearmouth on 14 June that year. His parents were Charles Gabrielson Thompson (1853-1924) and Margaret nee Fox. At the time of the 1911 census Freddie was living at 41 Hendon Valley Road, Sunderland with his parents and three of his siblings; he was a shipwright.

Freddie enlisted on 13 November 1915 and was appointed to the 17th DLI as a reservist. He is described as being 5ft 6in tall with 'fair' physical development. He was unmarried and his occupation was as a clerk. He was mobilized on 28 Jan 1916 to 17th DLI and posted to the 20th Battalion on 10 March.

He was sent to France on 5 May that year as part of the British Expeditionary Force, sailing from Southampton to Le Havre. He fought in the Battle of the Somme later that year. He was posted as missing on 12 Aug 1917 and he was later presumed killed on 31 July at the Battle of Pilckem Ridge; the first day of the opening attack of the third battle of Ypres. His name is engraved on the Menin Gate memorial at Ypres, Belgium. He is also commemorated in the DLI Book at Durham Cathedral.

Katy Gill


Pte. Samuel Mallet Makepeace 4th Batt. Durham Light Infantry (d.6th Aug 1917)

Samuel Mallet Makepeace was 5’6” tall, weighed 125lbs and had a 35” chest, excellent vision, and the sparkling blue eyes that only appear once or twice in each generation of the Makepeace family. By all accounts, he was quite popular with the ladies but eventually got engaged to Mary Byrne of 45 Northbourne Street, in July 1914. Shortly after this date, he converted to Roman Catholic to the horror of his parents who disowned him and turfed him out of the family home. He moved in with Mary (who was already pregnant with his child) and her family at Northbourne Street. On 26th September, 1914, he married Mary at St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church in Gateshead and they moved to 69 Arthur Street, just off Prince Consort Road. Their daughter, Elizabeth Teresa, was born on 9 April 1915.

On 3 December 1915, Samuel enlisted at Newcastle and was posted to the Army Reserve as he was in a reserved occupation however on 2 November 1916, he received correspondence releasing him from his work with the railway and ordering him to take his place in the Army. He was posted on 17 November to the 4th Batt. Durham Light Infantry (DLI) as Private 39419 S Makepeace and the following day departed to Seaham Harbour Training Camp.

During his time there he was reprimanded twice – the first time on 8 December 1916 for being in the canteen during parade hours (for which he was fined 3 days loss of pay) and the second on 2 February 1917 for overstaying his embarkation leave by 11 hours – he had to forfeit two days leave for this. I wonder if he might have overstayed for longer had he known that this would be the last time he would see his wife and daughter?

The entire Battalion left Seaham Harbour by train on 8th February bound for Folkestone where they arrived the following day and boarded the SS Victoria which took them to Boulogne where they disembarked the following morning. Four days later, Samuel and his comrades were posted to the 14th Batt. DLI, Officer Commanding 35th Infantry Batt. at Etapes. They did see action there but very little is recorded of the minor skirmishes that took place at that time. On 5 March, orders were received that the men were to be re-posted to the 15th Batt. DLI and they undertook a four-day march joining the Battalion on the battlefield immediately they arrived on 9 March.

Samuel was caught in a gas attack on 13 April 1917, during the Battle of Arras and was moved to the VII Corps Main Dressing Station at Boisieux-au-Mont, two days later. Considering that he was unlikely to recover so near to the battlefront, he was moved to the 43rd Casualty Clearing Station on 29 April. But he did recover and returned to the Officer Commanding 35th Infantry Battalion at Etapes on 26th May, re-joining his regiment on 2nd June and arriving back at the frontline on 10th June.

On 4th August 1917, he was badly wounded – his legs were blown off in a shell attack by the Huns eager to get back the two or three yards of territory that they had lost. Samuel died from his wounds at the 20th Casualty Clearing Station on 6 August 1917 and was buried in the Bucquouy Road Cemetery near the village of Ficheux. In 1920, following the re-organisation of War Graves, the Commonwealth War Graves Commission erected a headstone to Samuel’s memory marking the spot where his grave now lies. This headstone records the date of his death incorrectly and an appeal has been made for a correction.

Meanwhile back in England… Samuel’s wife, Mary and daughter Elizabeth Teresa, moved from 69 to 71 Arthur Street in 1917 and a little later that year to 19 Margaret Street, Washington. The War Office, upon receiving a telegram of Samuel’s death, telegraphed the Infantry Battalion HQ at York who duly issued the telegram to Mary. I was initially very surprised to find that this has survived and is in the National Archive but it made sense when I read the next document that advised that the telegram had not been delivered as she had moved away and not provided a forwarding address. It was not until February 1918 that Mary must have realised that Samuel was dead and contacted the War Office. She made a claim for and eventually received his medals (the British War Medal and the Victory Medal) and also made a claim for a widow’s pension for her and Elizabeth. To get the pension, she had to provide proof of family connection and here she became a bit stuck.

Following Samuel’s conversion to the RC faith, his family had disowned him and Mary was not made welcome in the family home. As the years had elapsed she had probably forgotten Sam’s parents and brothers and sisters and those she could recollect and their addresses, she got confused on the official claim form. Nevertheless, she was granted a pension of 18s 9d per week. She later lost this when custody of their child was passed to her mother-in-law. What became of Mary we do not know. Elizabeth Teresa was sent to a Catholic Childrens' home in 1928 where she remained until her death in 1999 - unknown to any family born after WW1.

Richard Jennings


Pte. Richard Simm 12th Battalion, A Coy. Durham Light Infantry

Private Richard Simm

My Grandfather, Richard Simm, was born on the 10th October 1893 at number 7 Douglas Street, Stanley, County Durham. One of twelve children born to Joseph and Sarah Jane Simm. At the age of 14 years he left school and started work as a coal miner at the local colliery.

At the outbreak of the First World War in 1914 he was the eldest son alive and he felt it was his duty to enlist. He joined the Durham Light Infantry and served with A Coy the 12th Battalion.

The Battalion arrived in France on the 26th August 1915. It saw action on the Somme at Pozieres in July 1916 and Le Transloy in October. In 1917 During the third Ypres he fought at Messines. In November 1917 they where sent to Italy and fought in the battles at Piave and Vittorio Veneto.

In 1919 my Grandfather was discharged and he went back to been a Coal Miner. He married his childhood sweetheart Elizabeth Raine on the 28th June 1919. They had three daughters, one of them my mother, Elizabeth Simm. In the Second World War my Grandfather served as a Sergeant in the Home Guard at South Moor, County Durham. He died on the 5th January 1983 at the South Moor Miners Hospital aged 89 years.

Richard Simm and John Raine

A Coy 12th Battalion DLI France

John Richard Cole


Pte. Harry Collingwood Mitton 1/8th Battalion Durham Light Infantry (d.29th Sep 1916)

My great-grandfather Harry Mitton was born on the 18th June 1888 in Mungrisdale, Cumbria, the son of Welbury Mitton and Agnes Eliza Phoebe Collingwood. He fought in the Battle of the Somme as part of the 151st Brigade in the 50th (Northumbrian)

Harry was killed in action on the 29th September 1916, he has no known grave. His name is on the Memorial for The Missing at Thiepval, as well as on the war memorial in Chopwell Village, on a plaque in Chopwell Church Hall, as well as having his name carved into the wall in Ainstable, Cumbria where he grew up. He left behind a wife and three young children.

Niall McMahon


Pte. George Albert Aldous 14th and 2/7th Btn. Durham Light Infantry

Arctic uniform

My Grandfather was George Albert Aldous, he served as a private No26729 in the Durham Light Infantry from 1915 to 1919. Initially he was in the 14th Battalion and served in France but later in the 2/7th. He went to Russia in operation ELOPE and it was there that a photograph was taken of his unit of 60 men. They are shown in conventional DLI uniform and in the same formation in Arctic wear. The photos are of good quality and almost all faces are recognisable. His British War and Victory Medals wrongly spell his name as Aldons but have his correct service number on. I still have the medals in their original registered packet that they came to him in. He was so disgusted with the miss- spelling of his name he never took them out of their wrapping. I also have his dog tags and 11 other photos of Archangel but none show identifiable personnel.

Normal uniform

George and wife Alma

Ian Aldous


Sgt. William Henry Kay 10th Btn. Kings Royal Rifle Corps (d.19th May 1918)

William Henry Kay was from a large family that originated in Kimberworth, Yorkshire, having 11 brothers and sisters. He was married to Sarah and they had three children, James, Noah and Jane. He was a blast furnaceman in Middlesbrough before the war and they lived in Grangetown.

He started his military career in September 1914, when he joined the newly formed 10th Battalion Kings Royal Rifle Corps. In June 1916 he was promoted to Sergeant. In Aug 1916 he transferred to the Yorkshire and Lancashire Regiment then in September to the Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry.

In March 1917 he was transferred again to the Durham Light Infantry, but was soon moved to the Labour Corps, probably due to ill health. By May 1918 he was back in DLI barracks in Newcastle where he died of a heart attack on the 19 May 1918. His son James, who was 14 when war broke out, also served, but I can not find any details. He survived the war but died in an accident a few years later.

Andrew Coles


Pte. John William Scott Harrison 7th Btn. Durham Light Infantry

My Great Grandfather, John William Harrison served in the early days of WW1 as he enlisted 5 Sep 1914 and was wounded (shot in the face)sometime around 1915-1916. He was discharged on 24 Apr 1916 due to wounds. There are photos of him that clearly show his face being disfigured and from family it was said he was never the same man. I have found his silver badge and medal rolls card but have had no luck finding his pension or service records (Burned during WWII?).

Simon Harrison


Capt. Arthur Moore Lascelles VC, MC. 3rd Btn. Durham Light Infantry (d.7th Nov 1918)

Arthur Lascelles was killed in action on the 7th of November 1918 aged 38 years and is buried in Dourlers Communal Cemetery Extension in France. He was the son of John Lascelles, of Milford Hall, Newtown, Mont. and husband of Sophia Lascelles.

An extract from The London Gazette, No. 30471, dated 8th Jan., 1918, records the following:- "For most conspicuous bravery, initiative and devotion to duty when in command of his company in a very exposed position. After a very heavy bombardment during which Capt. Lascelles was wounded, the enemy attacked in strong force but was driven off, success being due in a great degree to the fine example set by this officer, who, refusing to allow his wound to be dressed, continued to encourage his men and organise the defence. Shortly afterwards the enemy again attacked and captured the trench, taking several of his men prisoners. Capt. Lascelles at once jumped on to the parapet and followed by the remainder of his company, 12 men only, rushed across under very heavy machine-gun fire and drove over 60 of the enemy back, thereby saving a most critical situation. He was untiring in reorganising the position, but shortly afterwards the enemy again attacked and captured the trench and Capt. Lascelles, who escaped later. The remarkable determination and gallantry of this officer in the course of operations, during which he received two further wounds, afforded an inspiring example to all."

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Pte. Joseph William "Joe" Harding 8th Battallion Durham Light Infantry

Joseph William Harding was born in High Pittington in May 1898. He joined the 8th Battalion DLI in April 1915 just before his seventeenth birthday. He was the youngest of six children, the other five being girls, so his early volunteering to fight was a great shock to the women in his life. He managed to survive the war but was wounded in March 1918 and was honourably discharged just before his 21st birthday in 1919. He lived a long and happy life mentioning his wartime memories often, but without going into any specific detail and always skirting around the horrific events he must have witnessed. He married Laura in 1924, they had a daughter, Monica, and two granddaughters. He lived most of the remainder of his life in Halifax, West Yorkshire, where he died in April 1981.

Elizabeth Wright


Pte. John William Edwards 7th Btn. Durham Light Infantry (d.25th May 1915)

John Edwards died of wounds on the 25th of May 1915, aged 25. Buried in the Bailleul Communal Cemetery Extension in France, he was the son of John William Edwards deceased, and Jane Bewick (nee Scott), and was born at 38 East Holborn, South Shields, Durham on 13 May 1890. He left a wife, Mary Eleanor, a daughter, Mary Eleanor aged nearly 3 and another daughter, Florence May aged 7 months.

The photo at Bailleul was taken by his great-great-granddaughter, Michelle, on a trip to Europe from Australia in 2002 and she is believed to be the first family member to visit his grave.

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Pte. John "Baity" Wilson 11 Btn. C Coy. Durham Light Infantry (d.2nd Sep 1916)

John Wilson (Baity) was an ex minor from the Adventure pit, who joined the Army in 1914, 11th Batt; DLI 3-10828, was killed at the Battle of the Somme on 2nd September 1916. His name appears on the war memorial in West Rainton and also on a brass plaque in the porch of St Michael’s RC church in Houghton-le-Spring along with other fallen lads. John was a also Hawker, (selling fish from a horse and cart) but all the brothers did this for their mum at one time or another. He was also a collier and worked at the Adventure pit West Rainton. He was nicknamed Baity for the amount of sandwiches - bait - he took to work down the pit.

John joined the 11th Battalion Durham Light Infantry after war was declared. In 1915 the battalion spent time in the front line in France, following which John was allowed home leave. When the time came to go back to France, he caught the correct train from Durham station but, unfortunately, the engine broke down somewhere and he had to be found a place on another train. This delay caused him to miss his ship back to France and his connections there. By the time he returned two days late, the battalion had gone back into the front line. He was brought before an officer, who told him he could be tried for desertion from the front, punishable by death or accept field punishment number one there and then without representation. He chose this punishment, which involved him doing hard labour and being tied to the wheel of a field gun for up to two hours a day – but for how many days I do not know.

John was killed on 2nd September 1916 during the Battle of the Somme. I recall being told that my Great Gran was devastated at the news of his death and she always wanted to know what had happened to him since his body was never found after a trench burial. When she went shopping in Sunderland she would ask ex-DLI soldiers if they had met him and how he died. One day, by chance, someone said “yes, I was there; he was shot in the stomach, and died slowly without any medical help, and was crying for his mother when he died”. Although this caused her distress at least it gave some closure. John Wilson’s name is on the monument at Thiepval, on the war memorial in West Rainton and also on a brass plaque in the porch of St Michael’s RC church in Houghton-le-Spring along with other fallen lads.

There are some inaccuracies in his service record: John was most certainly Not, C of E, His mum would have had a fit to hear this. She was strong Catholic, as were All of her children. But if you put down Catholic when you were enlisted,you were meant to attend services every Sunday. If you were not strong catholic, you put down C of E and then life was easier. He was most certainly late from leave as they say, but they miss the most important bit. His train was delayed when on leave from the front, and he arrived back 3 days late, no fault of his. But the regiment had gone back to the front line. He was given the choice of a court marshal,and firing squad, or accept field punishment No 1 tied cruciform to a field gun wheel for three days. This he accepted. From this he developed pneumonia, was sent to hospital, for a few days, and returned to the front line. From someone with him, we were told he was shot in the stomach, and died after 3 days without any medical help. What can you say.

John Harvey


Corporal William Frederick Gill 18th Btn. Durham Light Infantry (d.12th April 1918)

Battalion seated at Cocken Hall

William Gill was my grandmother’s brother. He was born in the North East of England, to a family originally from Cornwall, who had moved to work in the coal mines, when copper mining went into decline. On both the 1901 and 1911 census the family were living in Herrington, a small mining village about 4 miles from Sunderland. I can only assume that he attended the local school and eventually followed his father in the mines. 1911 census lists him as working as a Weightmans Clerk.

In January 1915 he enlisted into the Durham Light Infantry and was placed in the 18th Battalion. I understand that they were called the Durham Pals. I have no aural or written history, but I do have a photograph, which has been passed through the family, of a military unit of the DLI sitting in front of what I understand is Cocken Hall near Finchale. I think he is the young man sitting to the right of the commanding officer on the front row. I know nothing of his military service, other than I have a copy of the 18th Battalion war diary, which begins in Egypt. They were plunged into the thick of the conflict with the diary entries noting everything from trench foot to shell shock and their time on the Somme.

But it was the day’s surrounding William’s death on 12th of April 1918 that I wanted to find out more about. It would seem that the battalion were in the area around Hazebrouck in April 1918. The war diary paints a very confused picture of orders changing almost by the hour, parts of the company not receiving these orders, friendly fire and the attempt to hold a position near a major road and rail junction. The 12th of April diary entry covers several pages and notes many casualties with each company losing about 60 men, including the loss of 3 officers who were left behind as the companies moved on. I believe William was one of these causalities as his body was never recovered and he is now remembered on the Ploegsteert Monument in Belgium.

Sandra Walker


Pte. Joseph Anderson 18th Btn. Durham Light Infantry

Joe Anderson was wounded in the arm on the first day of the Battle of the Somme.


Pte. John Scott 18th Btn. Durham Light Infantry

"‘Twas easy enough at Gezancourt – thirty kilometres from the line –
To bray the enemy from the Somme and drive him back to the Rhine.
For there with the line of our advance mapped out on the level ground,
Day after day, “D” Company was reg’larly mucked around
“Over there’s supposed to be Gommecourt (them trees with the feathery tops).
Yonder’s Serre Wood, and over here our objective-Pendant Copse!”
And every day we signallers on Pendant Copse would stand,
Signalling back to GHQ “Objectives gained as planned!”

But “D” Company knew they had something on – them and 18th West Yorks –
When the big push started on the Somme to give old Fritz the works.
Aye, every night, and all night long, while the regiment lay at Courcelles,
Lorries in convoy came rolling through bringing up loads of shells
Through that dark village street with clanking of chains over the bumpy ground
Where in billets we’re snatching uneasy sleep, with the rats a-scuttling around!

Then a night or two before the attack (in Bus Woods then we stayed)
Some of us met behind our shack and under the trees we prayed!
Back home they said ‘twas a righteous cause! That King and Country claimed;
And we, who took it seriously, were scarcely to be blamed.

Don’t ask me what we prayed about; since then I’ve often prayed;
“No, not for safety Lord, but help me not to be afraid!”
So we take the road for Colincamps one night as the sun goes down.
Scouting “Taubes” fly overhead – the warning whistle’s blown!
Hedges afford scant cover, where we crouch with anxious eye,
Convinced that not a move escapes that watcher in the sky!

Darkness! From earth and sandbags comes the now familiar stench,
As we grope and stumble down the long communication trench.
Then it’s “Pass the word to mind the wire!” “Loose board here!” “Lift your feet!”
And it’s “Watch your step!” (on them coggly stones going down Sackville Street)
Now scrambling over awkward spots where the trench has been smashed in.
With a shudder, at what might come to ‘us’ before the day begin.”

Pte John Scott, 18th DLI writing shortly after the 1st of July 1916.


Pte. George Maurice Featherstone 18th Btn. Durham Light Infantry

George Featherstone, was born in West Hartlepool in 1898. He enlisted on 27th August 1914 aged 16 in the 18th Battalion DLI (Durham Pals). He later transferred 3rd Battalion DLI (Tyneside Garrison). He was posted to France in Dec 1915 with the 10th Battalion Durham Light Infantry. He saw action at Delville Wood, the battle of Flers-Courcelette, Battle of Arras, Battle of Ypres & Menin Road. George suffered gunshot wounds to his left thigh in August 1917. He returned to France in Jan 1918 & joined the 18th Battalion Durham Light Infantry. He was wounded again late in March 1918 with gunshot wounds to the buttocks. He returned home 30th March. He was transferred to the Machine Gun Corp in 1918 and was discharged on the 26th August 1920, He served a full 6 years.

In 1933 he rejoined the army, the Royal Engineers and went to France with the BEF on the 9th of September 1939. He was evacuated and returned home on the 2nd June 1940, two days before Dunkirk fell. In 1941 he was posted to Iceland for 5 months. In October 1942 he was posted to North Africa with the 1st Army for Operation Torch and served in Tunisia & Algeria.

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Durham Pals: 18th, 19th, 20th and 22nd Battalions of the Durham Light Infantry in the Great War

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The Durham Pals were the volunteer Geordie battalions of the Durham Light Infantry raised in the north-east in the Great War. The 18th Durhams had the proud distinction of being the first unit of Kitchener's New Armies to come under enemy fire before even leaving Blighty when German ships shelled Hartlepool in December 1914. The 19th were raised as Bantams ( men blow the minimum height requirement) ; the 20th (Wearside) hailed from Sunderland; while the 22nd was the last raised - and fought through the hard battles of 1918. After their baptism of fire while training in Hartlepool, the 18th were seriously blooded on July 1st 1916 as the battle of the Somme opened, when they fought in support of the Leeds and Bradford Pals. After fighting in the successful Messines offensive in June 1917 the 20th were sent to the Italian front; while the 19th distinguished themselves in Flanders during the final Allied advance of 1918. This book pay tribute to them all.
The Fighting Pioneers - The Story of the 7th Battalion DLI

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Story of the 7th Battalion Durham Light Infantry. With the creation of the Territorial Force in 1908 the battalion was re-designated as the 7th Battalion. It went to France in April 1915 with the rest of the Northumbrian Division seeing action almost immediately at the Second battle of Ypres. In November 1915 the battalion was picked to become the divisional pioneers. The 1/7 Battalion suffered 600 fatalities. In 1920 when the Territorial Army was reformed it was re-raised in its original role as infantry. The story concludes on 10 December 1936 when the 7th Battalion Durham Light Infantry became the 47th (Durham Light Infantry) A.A. Battalion R.E. (T.A.), whose personnel went on to serve in the Second World War.


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